Doug Rose discusses what the foundation layer consists of in the LeSS diagram. He then lays out a series of practical steps that can help you embrace the LeSS beliefs.
- Like many other enterprise agile frameworks,…LeSS has its own foundation layer.…The LeSS creators don't just come right out and say…here's why you should use Large Scale Scrum.…Instead they talk about an enterprise agile mindset,…and a core set of beliefs, principles, and ideas…in the foundation layer.…The foundation layer is the way you should approach…your agile transformation.…You should think of it as an enterprise agile mindset.…If you're printing out the diagram for the course,…you might want to look at the PDF called…LeSS the Complete Picture.…
They lay a series of practical steps that can help you…embrace these beliefs.…The first belief is that scrum is a terrific way…for individual teams to deliver products.…LeSS is based on scrum, so you should avoid using…other team approaches such as extreme programming…or Kanban.…Your team should know how to work in small scrum teams.…They should be able to deliver…a minimum viable product.…If you want to review scrum, there's a great course…by Kelley O'Connell already in the video library.…
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- Descaling enterprise agile
- Defining Larman's Laws and LeSS principles
- LeSS product owner and scrum master
- Growing Scrum
- Defining "done"
- Organizing a sprint review
- Organizing an overall retrospective
- Approaching key challenges