Agile doesn’t use methodologies, it works with frameworks. These frameworks provide a basic, lightweight structure, with minimal rules and practices.
An Agile framework incorporates elements of continuous planning, testing, integration, and other forms of continuous development.
Teams use these frameworks as a starting point for their agile transformation.
According to The Scrum GuideTM, Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organisations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems.
Large Scale Scrum
Large scale Scrum (LeSS) provides a framework designed to work for multiple teams. Although LeSS is strongly influenced by Scrum, it is definitively not the same.
Kanban is a framework for breaking down work into stages.
Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is a collection of techniques and concepts aimed at helping organisations to become more Agile.
Scrum At Scale
Scrum@Scale provides a lightweight, adaptable framework that can customised to different industries.
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