Scrum@Scale – The Business Agility Operating System

I was honoured to be one of the keynote speakers at TAL Consulting’s Virtual Agile Community of Practice this year.

In this talk, I show how Scrum@Scale enables you to:

  • Assess the current state of your organisation using Scrum@Scale’s built-in assessment framework
  • Incrementally craft an organization to better meet your business objectives
  • Answer the question “what should senior leadership do in an agile organisation”?
  • Minimise decision making latency – a key driver for organisational performance
  • Learn how Scrum@Scale complements other agile scaling frameworks – the key concepts behind Scrum@Scale are relevant whatever you are using

I also discuss how invitation based leadership is one of the keys to successful agile adoption and describe a real-world case study of invitation based leadership and Scrum@Scale combined.

I’d love to continue the discussion with you about these things and more. There are two opportunities coming up for this.

  • On 12 November, Carsten Ruseng Jakobsen and I are running our next free scaling agile lean coffee. Free registration here.
  • Carsten and I are teaching our next live online Certified Scrum@Scale Practitioner class on 25-27 November.  Bookings no longer available.

I hope to see you at one of these events.

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