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LAFABLE - a new agile framework
Last Post 02 Apr 2014 12:11 AM by Ludwig Harsch. 2 Replies.
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Ludwig Harsch
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Ludwig Harsch

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01 Apr 2014 05:49 AM
    Hi Community,
    I have just read about LAFABLE (Large Agile Framework Appropriate for Big, Lumbering Enterprises), which to my understanding is supposed to solve many of the problems described in this forum when introducing Scrum in big, non-agile environments. Probably this is possible because the roles and processes described fit much more to the reality found at a typical client site than those described in the Scrum Guide.
    What do you think about it? Does anybody here have experience using it?
    Here is the link:
    http://lafable.com/
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    01 Apr 2014 07:31 AM
    I think many of us have, especially in terms of SAFe and its "release train", which makes this a good joke. The hand of Cohn strikes again.
    Ludwig Harsch
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    Ludwig Harsch

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    02 Apr 2014 12:11 AM
    Talking about the striking hand, do you know where I can register for a Certified Stroll Master Course, and if I will get a whip when I passed the assessment? :)
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