Tag: scaling scrum

15 February 2017 / Agile & Scrum
Case Study: Large-Scale Scrum at BASE Company

Base Company was the third Mobile Operator in Belgium and stayed within the top 3 market leaders, even today now the organisation has gone through a new change. Their IT was part of the technology department that was also responsible for the mobile network, from design to operations. Within the IT organization were a couple of hundred people, a mix of people on the payroll together with...

24 June 2015 / Agile & Scrum
Misunderstandings on Productivity Measurements in IT

We get a lot of questions on measuring “productivity” within organisations in relation to Agile or Lean adoptions and today was no different than any other, the big productivity questions came in our direction again. This was the trigger for me to write down some things related to productivity measurements which I find valuable to share. First of all we need to distinguish between “Leading”...

10 July 2012 / Agile & Scrum
Let’s go for the full scrumbam

No, this is not a typo and this post is not about combining the best of both the scrum and kanban world. It's just that we are so excited that we'll be expanding our scrum offerings, that we wanted everyone to know about it. Next to the certified trainings, CSM and CSPO, we'll also be adding a whole list of non certified trainings. We have...