Jeff Sutherland - The Scrum@Scale & Scrum Alliance Partnership

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Last week, at the 2018 North American Global Scrum Gathering, the Scrum Alliance and Scrum co-founder, Dr. Jeff Sutherland, announced the creation of a new joint venture to train, coach, and promote Scrum@Scale. Scrum@Scale is an extension of the Scrum Framework that is designed to deliver business Agility across an entire organization.

I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to to sit down with Jeff during the Scrum Gathering and ask some questions about his partnership with the Scrum Alliance, Scrum@Scale, and how it can help organizations achieve greater business Agility.

Links from the Podcast

If you’d like to read the press release on the joint venture, you can find it here: https://tinyurl.com/yc5z4w3p

Here is a link to the Scrum@Scale Guide

Here is a link to Jeff's latest book, "Scrum, The Art of Doing Twice The Work In Half The Time".

Contacting Dr. Jeff Sutherland

If you’d like to contact Jeff you can reach him at:

Posted on: April 26, 2018 07:00 AM | Permalink

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Nice. Looking forward to getting some insight into this additional scaled framework. Thanks Dave, and thanks Jeff!

It's interesting that Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland have their own Scrum scaling certifications. Partners in Scrum; competitors in scaling Scrum. An interesting dynamic.

Excited and awaiting more news on this extension!!

Very interesting, thanks for sharing

I enjoyed the interview. Was interested in a comparison to the other scaled offerings. But certainly, the premise is all very logical. It’s great to see the expansion and interest from organizations to adopt.

Thanks for sharing, Dave.

Thanks for sharing , Dave

Thanks for sharing

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