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Agile Frameworks

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.

Agile Frameworks


According to The Scrum GuideTM, Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organisations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems.

Scrum Agile Framework
LeSS Courses

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.

Manager working with agile product development using scrum or kanban methodology, lean project management framework with iterative or incremental strategy, person with computer in office
Scaled Agile Framework

Scaled Agile

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.

Scrum At Scale

Agile Framework Resources

The Agile Manifesto

The Scrum GuideTM

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