7 Lessons Learned When Scaling and Aligning Outcomes Using Nexus
In this webinar, Anca Tanase and Ravi Verma recap their journey of scaling Professional Scrum across 21 teams using the Nexus framework. They share the key challenges they faced and the lessons they learned when scaling multiple Nexuses to form a Nexus+ of teams that were not only geographically distributed across 3 continents, but also represented 6 distinct organizations.
Along the way, Anca and Ravi unpack the lessons they learned by answering the 7 questions they faced when scaling Scrum and Agile across 21 teams in an organization.
-How do we choose our scaling framework?
-Who should we include in our scaling initiative?
-How do we learn about scaling?
-What barriers might impede our scaling initiative?
-How do we overcome these barriers?
-How do we measure the benefits of scaling?
About Our Speakers
Anca is Head of Delivery at Lola Tech and makes sure her delivery teams work together like clockwork. An Agile coach for coaches, her clients love working with her because she’s all about building products that their customers really want, reducing time to market and welcoming change with open arms. Previously, Anca worked for companies in the travel, health, education and finance industries and has her fair share of scale-up experience. She is passionate about Agile & Scrum and is currently a candidate to become a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer.
Ravi is the founder and Org Whisperer at SmoothApps and a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer. He has 21+ year of Software Delivery and consulting Experience with 10+ years of experience in Agile Enablement for companies ranging from 10 people to 10,000 people. Ravi is the creator of the Sabotagile Manifesto and Principles, co-creator of the Software Code of Ethics, and co-creator of the Scrum.org Scrum Pulse Webcast and Scrum Tapas video series. He has a long and glorious track record of making cringe-worthy mistakes and doesn't seem to be showing any signs of slowing down in with advancing age. Sometimes he learns and course corrects, sometimes he doesn't.