Scaling Scrum without crushing its soul 

Recently I attended training on Nexus at Scrum.org’s Boston headquarters. Nexus is based on the core principles and values of Scrum and allows companies to apply Scrum at scale while retaining the bottom-up intelligence of self-organisation. This post outlines my experience with Nexus and why I feel it is an important consideration for organisations scaling agile without compromising its principles, values and benefits.

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Scaled Scrum is still Scrum

I spent the last week of April in Karlsruhe, Germany with the wonderful and talented Scrum.org community. During that time, we worked through The Nexus Framework as part of the new Scaled Professional Scrum training. It was a come-together of some of the world’s leading agile thinkers, reviewing Scrum.org’s approach to the challenge of “scaling Scrum”. It was a profound experience I am grateful for. This post shares some of my experience.   [Read more…]