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Agile Tip of the Day, 25 May 2021

Successful LeSS (Large Scale Scrum) adoption is based on 3 key principles:


  1. Deep and Narrow over Broad and Shallow which means to give preference on implementing it well with one group first – this reduces the risk and cost of failure and creates positive momentum to expand to other groups gradually.

  2. Top-down and bottom-up – there should be a balance and equal involvement to bring about a sustainable change

  3. Using volunteering – educate people first on what is LeSS and what they volunteer for and then empower then to make the change


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