Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)
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The Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) classes focus on a single Scrum team. But what if you have a large product with multiple teams all working on the same code base? How do you address the team coordination logistics and the larger organizational issues that naturally arise? This Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) course immerses learners in in-depth discussions of how to use the LeSS framework to address these issues. You will learn the essential information for adopting LeSS for your product development group, and examine a minimal set of additional roles, rules, artifacts, meetings, thinking tools, and practices that are designed to help you scale Scrum successfully. Certified ScrumMasters (or product owners) who successfully complete this course and the exam will have an additional qualification in Scaling Scrum added to their base Scrum Alliance certification.
What You Will Learn
Scrum, LeSS, and LeSS Huge overview * LeSS rules, principles and adoption * Customer value and feature teams * The definition of done * The role of management * LeSS organizational structure * LeSS product backlog refinement, sprint planning, review, and retrospective * Integration and coordination
How You Will Benefit
- Understand how to structure multiple team Scrum using LeSS (Large Scale Scrum)
- Be able to list the LeSS Rules
- Discuss the principles that underlie LeSS
- Discuss the experiments and guides that help configure LeSS
- Participate in a workshop on LeSS adoption issues
- Describe the LeSS roles and how they interact
- ORGANIZE BY CUSTOMER VALUE
- DEIFNITION OF DONE
- PRODUCT OWNER AND PRODUCT BACKLOG
- MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
- SPRINT PLANNING, REVIEW, RETROSPECTIVE
- INTEGRATION AND COORDINATION
Who should attend
This course is designed for anyone who is involved in a LeSS effort or multi-team Scrum, including IT professionals, mid- and senior IT leadership, technical writers, project managers, product managers, Subject Matter Experts and stakeholders, military and law enforcement strategists, university research center team members, consultants, ScrumMasters, and product owners.