LeSS, which stands for Large-Scale Scrum, is a framework designed to scale agile development across multiple teams. LeSS.works offers a comprehensive overview of LeSS, building upon the foundational principles of Scrum, such as empiricism and cross-functional self-managing teams.
In addition, this framework provides a structured approach to implementing Scrum at a larger scale, offering straightforward guidelines and rules for successful adoption in large product development settings.
The Certified LeSS Practitioner course delves deep into the LeSS principles, framework, rules, and guidance. It equips participants with vital knowledge to implement and enhance LeSS within their product development groups.
The course encompasses an overview of LeSS, real-world stories showcasing successful LeSS adoptions, hands-on exercises, and extensive opportunities for Q&A focused on the topics most relevant to the participants.
The Certified LeSS Practitioner Training Program is designed for individuals engaged in LeSS studies. It is recommended that participants possess a foundational understanding of Scrum, which can be achieved through attending a Certified Scrum Master or Professional Scrum Master training or through a thorough reading of a Scrum whitepaper such as the Scrum Primer, accompanied by practical experience in Scrum implementation.
The course is three days. The first day focused on the LeSS Overview, the LeSS Principles, and organizational aspects. The second day focuses on managing the product development with the Definition of Done, the role of the Product Owner, and how (line) management's role changes in LeSS.
All participants will be Certified LeSS for Executives and get an account on less. Works. They can find information about LeSS, share course information, and contact other participants.
All participants get access to an electronic copy of all three Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Books.
The LeSS Practitioner Certification will expire after 2 years and will require a renewal fee.