Monday 16th March, 2015
11:50am to 12:30pm
The Queensland Department of Health payroll project ended in a debacle with costs estimated at $1.2 billion. The New York city payroll project was a major disaster costing nearly six times the original budget. Large scale program should not be taken for granted assuming it is going to exceed budget and time lines. However, by applying empirical process control and putting right structures in place, one could improve predictability, manageability and deliver the program efficiently.
One of the tried and tested framework is Large Scale Scrum (LeSS). Based on empirical process control, Systems thinking, Queuing theory and Lean management principles, it provides a strong foundation for Scrum teams to navigate the complex environment with ease.
This talk is focuses on some of the LeSS foundation principles, structures and frameworks providing an insight about its simplicity, scalability and robustness.
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