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Scaling Lean and Agile Development: Thinking and Organizational Tools for Large-Scale Scrum: Successful Large, Multisite and Offshore Products with Large-scale Scrum (Agile Software Development) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. Dezember 2008

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Lean Development and Agile Methods for Large-Scale Products: Key Thinking and Organizational Tools for Sustainable Competitive Success Increasingly, large product-development organizations are turning to lean thinking, agile principles and practices, and large-scale Scrum to sustainably and quickly deliver value and innovation. However, many groups have floundered in their practice-oriented adoptions. Why? Because without a deeper understanding of the thinking tools and profound organizational redesign needed, it is as though casting seeds on to an infertile field. Now, drawing on their long experience leading and guiding large-scale lean and agile adoptions for large, multisite, and offshore product development, and drawing on the best research for great team-based agile organizations, internationally recognized consultant and best-selling author Craig Larman and former leader of the agile transformation at Nokia Networks Bas Vodde share the key thinking and organizational tools needed to plant the seeds of product development success in a fertile lean and agile enterprise.Coverage includes *Lean thinking and development combined with agile practices and methods*Systems thinking*Queuing theory and large-scale development processes*Moving from single-function and component teams to stable cross-functional cross-component Scrum feature teams with end-to-end responsibility for features *Organizational redesign to a lean and agile enterprise that delivers value fast*Large-scale Scrum for multi-hundred-person product groups In a competitive environment that demands ever-faster cycle times and greater innovation, applied lean thinking and agile principles are becoming an urgent priority.

Scaling Lean & Agile Development will help leaders create the foundation for their lean enterprise--and deliver on the significant benefits of agility. In addition to the foundation tools in this text, see the companion book Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Large, Multisite, and Offshore Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum for complementary action tools.

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Lean Development and Agile Methods for Large-Scale Products: Key Thinking and Organizational Tools for Sustainable Competitive Success Increasingly, large product-development organizations are turning to lean thinking, agile principles and practices, and large-scale Scrum to sustainably and quickly deliver value and innovation. However, many groups have floundered in their "practice-oriented "adoptions. Why? Because without a deeper understanding of the "thinking tools "and profound "organizational redesign "needed, it is as though casting seeds on to an infertile field. Now, drawing on their long experience leading and guiding large-scale lean and agile adoptions for large, multisite, and offshore product development, and drawing on the best research for great team-based agile organizations, internationally recognized consultant and best-selling author Craig Larman and former leader of the agile transformation at Nokia Networks Bas Vodde share the key thinking and organizational tools needed to plant the seeds of product development success in a fertile lean and agile enterprise. Coverage includes

  • Lean thinking and development combined with agile practices and methods
  • Systems thinking
  • Queuing theory and large-scale development processes
  • Moving from single-function and component teams to stable cross-functional cross-component Scrum feature teams with end-to-end responsibility for features
  • Organizational redesign to a lean and agile enterprise that delivers value fast
  • Large-scale Scrum for multi-hundred-person product groups
In a competitive environment that demands ever-faster cycle times and greater innovation, applied lean thinking and agile principles are becoming an urgent priority. "Scaling Lean & Agile Development "will help leaders create the foundation for their lean enterprise-and deliver on the significant benefits of agility. In addition to the "foundation "tools in this text, see the companion book ""Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Large, Multisite, and Offshore Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum ""for complementary "action "tools.

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Listening to Bas Vodde's speech about "the trouble with component teams" at the Stockholm Scrum Gathering 2008, I was amazed. From the participants' reactions, you could easily hear and see when someone recognized his or her own project: The troubles he described seemed too familiar. Yet most real big software development organization seems to be facing them, even on their way to getting agile, if the development teams are still organized according to architectural components. He also could explain with a really practical background why and how these problems would be solved by having agile cross-functional feature teams. These insights can be found with much more detail in the "Feature Teams" chapter of this wonderful book.

Craig Larman and Bas Vodde have put together lots of valuable background information on lean thinking applied to software projects. The book describes how agility is based in the Toyota values and principles, as well as in systems thinking and queuing theory. But it is far away from being a theoretical book, since it contains lots of practical experiences from the authors and other people introducing Scrum into large organizations. A big emphasis is on understanding that the pillars of lean are "Respect for people" and "Continuous improvement" and that the lean principles and the methods with which they are supported will not work alone, without the rest of the framework. As well as you cannot "do agile" but only "be agile". These are things frequently misunderstood, especially in large companies. Suddenly you are invited to dozens of daily "Scrum" standup meetings held by managers who have heard that daily standups make you agile.

A chapter I particularly like is the "Organization" chapter. How can you form an organization around agile development teams?
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Ich habe schon sehr viele Bücher iin diesem Umfeld gelesen und bin sehr spät auf das Buch von Craig Larman gestossen. Es ist sicherlich das BESTE Buch, wenn man nach Tips und Ratschläge sucht. Seine Vorschläge sind nach 'try this ...' / 'avoid this ...' extrem gut geordnet. Wer in diesem Umfeld arbeitet, findet viele hilfreiche Gedanken. Wichtig ist allerdings, dass es kein 'silver bullet' gibt - try it / avoid it / learn about it ...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic for larger groups/organizations 19. Januar 2014
Von Mark W Rice - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is fantastic. The organizational context is well explained and many times suggested approaches are included that often come from the authors' direct experiences.

The systems thinking chapter is insightful. Many know components of this, but putting it together for this purpose and in this way was helpful and will be a valuable brainstorming/thinking tool. The continual emphasis on being agile rather than "doing it" is spot on... because (in my opinion) this will succeed or fail on how well it "seeps" into the culture over time.

Further the overview of tools was helpful. For some, this will be a set of tools, many of which they may not have realized were available. For others (thinking of some managerial people, but others too) it will legitimize their use, and legitimize why developers often love these kinds of tools.

I was struck by this book (and Essential Scrum for the same reason) how the cultural barriers and organizational contexts are so highlighted, because they are so pivotal.

I can also appreciate how the authors openly discuss organizations with whose approach they strongly disagree (made me laugh out loud in places) yet they didn't just bash in general, they were well thought out criticisms.

There are places in which I felt the authors were exaggerating to make a point. I wish that were left off. It at times caused me to re-read needlessly because it sounded so strong, but this is not too common so was OK.

The emphasis on research throughout, I greatly appreciated.

If you want to understand how to be agile in much larger groups, this is a great book for you.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Tough questions addressed openly 6. Juni 2014
Von Russell Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Agile and Lean Development practices are a favorite among software developers, but they are not just software developer strategies.

How to reap the benefits Agile and Lean practices in any organization, be they of 12 or 12 hundred employees is explored in this book. No silver bullet is offered. In fact, their recommendation for large, multi-site and offshore development is simply "don't do it". That said in the first few pages, they go on to deal with reality.

I recommend this book to anyone struggling with the disconnect between obvious corporate reality and what is obviously good development practice. The two do not always line up... go figure.

It is not an easy journey, but worth the while.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen substantial content on the level of something like Don Reinertsen's Principles of Product Development Flows 19. März 2015
Von Jon Jorgensen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Anyone interested in LeSS or SAFe, or Scrum@Scale, etc. should read this book. This is NOT light reading. It has very dense, substantial content on the level of something like Don Reinertsen's Principles of Product Development Flows. If you're practicing some kind of agile at scale, this book would be good to read a little every day, and formulate your own model of how it could work for your organization. This is definitely your go-to desk reference.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Recommended reading 22. Juni 2014
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Great principles-based exploration of Lean and Scrum. Covers a broad set of topics and is thus quite "light" but will serve as a jumping off point for other more focused areas of study (recommended reading).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A bit hard to read but packed with information 16. Februar 2010
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I found this book a bit hard to read - I don't know if it is because it was written by two authors, or because I didn't know about Lean Thinking. Nevertheless, I strongly recommend it for anyone who wants to know why Scrum works and how to use it. It relates Scrum to Lean Thinking all over the book (this came as a surprise for me), includes real cases from several industries and clearly avoids dogmatism.
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