Does an agile approach also work in larger structures or only in smaller teams? Originally designed for smaller teams, agility can also be implemented very well in larger structures, but requires a certain adaptation. Pragmatic scaling means going beyond the frameworks, adapting the approach and integrating lean thinking and organizational development.
The most important frameworks for scaled agile development are currently SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) and LeSS (Large Scaled Scrum).
Dean Leffingwell's Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is an open framework for implementing lean and agile methods in large organizations throughout the enterprise.
With the Agile Release Train, the framework describes an approach to implement agility within a large organization with many teams and dependencies. In addition to changing the working methods of individual teams, this also involves the change to an agile company.
"Scrum is simple - it's just One Team LeSS!" - The framework "Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)" offers a lean way to apply Scrum in large product developments even in globally distributed companies without moving away from the core ideas and principles of Scrum.
As a Silver Partner of Scaled Agile Inc. we have experience with the implementation of the Scaled Agile Framework in companies and our certified SAFe consultants and trainers are happy to support you in the implementation within your organization. If you are interested in LeSS, our certified LeSS consultants will help you.
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