Scaled agility is a topical issue in many companies.
For more than two decades, the Agile philosophy, based on XP, Scrum, Kanban and other methods, has made its way into companies through teams involved in projects, and not necessarily IT projects. Since these practices were initially intended for small teams of 5 to 7 people, the next challenge was to address large projects or even entire organisation transformation programmes.
Scaled agility, using various frameworks (LeSS, SSwS, Nexus, SAFe, etc., according to the problem concerned), makes it possible to coordinate different interdependent project teams within the same organisation in order to meet business and time-to-market requirements effectively. Above and beyond these patterns, practices and methods, agility at scale remains a human experience, which requires moving forward step by step, starting on the first rung of the ladder. The aim is to set up agility team by team so that the change takes place gradually, on a small scale.
Through its Agile division, Scalian implements agility at scale using various frameworks, providing consulting, coaching, and training with experts right up to project implementation, in different sectors of activity. This expertise capitalises on extensive experience and feedback and the input of expert communities.