[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Scaling Scrum is a framework to adapt standard Scrum to multiple team development, therefore, it starts with understanding standard Scrum. From that point, your organization must be able to understand and adopt LeSS, which requires examining the purpose of one-team Scrum elements and figuring out how to reach the same purpose while staying within the constraints of the standard Scrum rules.

Agile development with Scrum requires a deep organizational change to become agile. Therefore, neither Scrum nor LeSS should be considered as merely a practice. Rather, they form an organizational design framework.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_text_separator title=”What Does It Mean To Be The Same As One-Team Scrum?”][vc_column_text]Since LeSS is a scaled up version of one-team Scrum, it should maintain many of the practices and ideas of one-team Scrum. In LeSS, you will find:
• A single product backlog, since it’s meant for a product, not a team;
• One Definition of Done for all teams;
• One Potentially Shippable Product Increment at the end of each Sprint;
• One Product Owner;
• Many complete, cross-functional teams (with no single-specialist teams);
• One Sprint;
In LeSS all Teams are in a common Sprint to deliver a common shippable product, every Sprint.[/vc_column_text][vc_text_separator title=”Two Agile Scaling Frameworks”][vc_column_text]LeSS provides two different large-scale Scrum frameworks. Most of the scaling elements of LeSS are focused on directing the attention of all of the teams onto the whole product instead of “my part.” Global and “end-to-end” focus are perhaps the dominant problems to solve in scaling. The two frameworks – which are basically single-team Scrum scaled up – are:

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