last updated 22 April 2017 by Kevin Trethewey

10 Principles

  1. Large-Scale Scrum is Scrum
  2. Transparency
  3. More with LeSS
  4. Whole Product Focus
  5. Customer Centric
  6. Continuous Improvement Towards Perfection
  7. Lean Thinking
  8. Systems Thinking
  9. Empirical Process Control
  10. Queueing Theory

Other Principles

  1. Agile Manifesto
  2. Avoiding False Dichotomies (explored in Scaling Agile and Lean Development)
  3. Be Agile Rather than Do Agile (explored in Scaling Agile and Lean Development)
  4. Total Quality Management/Control (an early and excellent book on this is What is Total Quality Control: The Japanese Way)
  5. Deming’s 14 points (from Out of the Crisis)

For more information, review the LeSS archetype.

(Source: Less.works)


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last updated 22 April 2017 by Kevin Trethewey

10 Principles

  1. Large-Scale Scrum is Scrum
  2. Transparency
  3. More with LeSS
  4. Whole Product Focus
  5. Customer Centric
  6. Continuous Improvement Towards Perfection
  7. Lean Thinking
  8. Systems Thinking
  9. Empirical Process Control
  10. Queueing Theory

Other Principles

  1. Agile Manifesto
  2. Avoiding False Dichotomies (explored in Scaling Agile and Lean Development)
  3. Be Agile Rather than Do Agile (explored in Scaling Agile and Lean Development)
  4. Total Quality Management/Control (an early and excellent book on this is What is Total Quality Control: The Japanese Way)
  5. Deming’s 14 points (from Out of the Crisis)

For more information, review the LeSS archetype.

(Source: Less.works)