Chapter 2. Large-Scale Scrum
One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important.—Bertrand Russell
(An expanded version of this was also the last chapter in the companion book. It is a bridge that connects both books.)
Large-scale Scrum is Scrum.
It is not “new and improved Scrum.” Rather, it is regular Scrum, an empirical process framework that within an organization can inspect and adapt to work in a group small or large. Large-scale Scrum is a label—for brevity in writing—to imply regular Scrum plus the set of tips that we have experienced ...