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Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
15.4.2016
Founding Partner

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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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
30.1.2016
Founding Partner
Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
30.1.2016
Founding Partner
Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
3.12.2015
Founding Partner

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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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
17.11.2015
Founding Partner

Global Scrum Gathering Prague 2015

Standing room only for Ari's talk about understanding LeSS and SAFe, based on organizational (anti)patterns.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
17.9.2015
Founding Partner

Keynote at N4S conference

By studying specific scaling frameworks we have found generic patterns and adoption path for scaling.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
1.8.2015
Founding Partner
Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
1.8.2015
Founding Partner

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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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
2.7.2015
Founding Partner

Scrum Day Amsterdam

Explaining Scaling Agility at Scrum Day Europe for full audience.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
27.6.2015
Founding Partner

LeSS - 10 years of Scaling Agility

Gosei celebrated the 10 years of Scaling Agility by giving a seminar at Finlandia House.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
4.6.2015
Founding Partner

Scaling Agility Explored at XP2015

We wanted to see through the jargon and analyse LeSS and SAFe against real significant patterns in large organisations.

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Ari Tikka
Ari Tikka
25.3.2015
Founding Partner
Ran Nyman
Ran Nyman
25.3.2015
Founding Partner

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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