Doug Rose explains how components work in LeSS as they are processed within different functional areas. He discusses the value of cross-communication to get all products delivered on time.
- When you work on a small software project,…everything seems to make sense.…You'll have a small team, and everyone works together…to deliver the product.…When you're working on enterprise-level products…then your world becomes much more complex.…That's why large organizations have specialists…working in many different functional areas.…These functional areas are like vertical stacks…that run through your organization.…Like a dev stack, a QA stack,…and a project management stack.…
Each stack hands off work to the next group…in a different functional area.…That's why the LeSS framework rewires…your organization to work without these functional areas.…It lets you break down the work and allows people…with different skills to coordinate on the same tasks.…So let's imagine that you're trying to run…an agile sandwich shop with different functional areas.…Let's say a customer ordered a turkey and cheese sandwich…with a slice of apple pie.…In the kitchen you have several functional areas.…
One area specializes in baking,…
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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