This video briefly introduces two popular frameworks for scaling agile initiatives. The first framework is Nexus from scrum.org and this lesson continues to explore key aspects of this framework at a high level. The second framework discussed in Scrum@Scale and this video explains this framework effectively scales scrum roles and teams.
- Let's take a quick look at a few popular frameworks…used for scaled agile development.…Nexus was developed by Ken Schwarber, co-inventor of Scrum.…And it is essentially Scrum at its core.…Just like Scrum, it is not prescriptive.…It adds one additional artifact…a few events, and one new role to Scrum.…Everything else about Scrum still applies to Nexus.…Nexus is an excellent example of Scrum and…because it adds a few constructs…to Scrum without violating any Scrum rules.…
Nexus' execution is like running multiple Scrum teams…in parallel with special constructs…and rules to synchronize their work…and minimize dependencies among the teams.…The teams together produce one integrated…increment product at the end of each print.…Nexus has a free online guide which is…about 10 pages and available at scrum.org.…A book on Nexus was published in December 2017…and includes an excellent case study…on how Nexus was applied in developing a product…with multiple Scrum teams…spanning three different continents.…
More information on the Nexus is available at scrum.org.…
- Agile principles
- Scrum roles, artifacts, and rules
- Common myths and misconceptions about agile approaches
- Agile software engineering techniques
- Extreme programming (XP) and test-driven development (TDD)
- Kanban for developers
- Limiting work in progress (WIP)
- Scaling the output of agile teams
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What you should know1m 2s
1. Agile Fundamentals
2. Scrum: The Developer Perspective
3. Agile Software Engineering Techniques
4. Kanban for Developers
5. Scaling Agile
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