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Ran Nyman

Ran Nyman
Founding Partner

Ran is an experienced software professional who has worked since 1995 in professional software development field. Currently, Ran is working as a consultant and trainer in process improvement field helping large multinational organizations to move from sequential product development to more agile ways of working. The primary focus has been on how to move big products (over 100 people) to use Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) and Lean. This work includes giving wide range of trainings, workshops, team coaching and management consulting.

Achieving adaptability with the redesign of the organisation

“It's almost impossible” - Why is it necessary to start a journey into Agility with the redesign of the organization.

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Actionable Fearless Leadership training

Our research in Agile Leadership has been maturing from conference presentations to robust workshops, where participants experience the logic behind Scaling Agility.

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Large-Scale Scrum In Action

I was presenting at Scrum Gathering conference in Bengaluru in 2015 and here is the video about the presentation.

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Collapse of Tayloristic organizations

Just like at Easter Islands, Tayloristic organizations grow more and more complicated until they collapse. This combined with the atmosphere of fear is what brought NOKIA Mobile Phones to it's knees 2011.

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LeSS Meetup in Warsaw

Ran was visiting Poland and gave a short talk about LeSS in Warsaw Agile Meetup 23 Nov. 2015 for over 100 Agile enthusiasts.

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Scaling Agility or Bureaucracy

There are two very different strategies in adopting Agile in a large organisation, horizontal or vertical. In other words, you may take one product first with narrow and deep focus. Or you may focus on the vertical coordination layer, which is often perceived as The Scaling Problem.

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Our Network Gateway case study at InfoQ

A new network gateway was developed from clean table in half the time. The work started with two teams and in the end there were over 20 distributed teams. LeSS principles were used all the time.

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LeSS SAFe comparison

Agile Scaling frameworks LeSS and SAFe have a history with Nokia. What problem were they solving and how?

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