Join Natoma Consulting at the NYC Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Meetup on Oct. 12

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Natoma Consulting co-founder and principal consultant Malik Graves-Pryor will be speaking at the NYC Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) meetup to share and discuss our LeSS case study, "Web and Mobile Applications Company Agile Transformation". The meetup will take place on Thursday, October 12, 6 p.m. at the New York Design Center.

"We have participated in the NYC Large Scale Scrum meetup as audience members and have found its mission and spirited discussions to align very closely with our guiding principles, especially the ways we try to promote agility in the workplace," said Graves-Pryor. "I'm really excited to have been granted an opportunity to lead a discussion on things we so passionately believe in."

Founded in 2015 by Gene Gendel, the NYC Large Scale Scrum group has become the world's largest meetup for LeSS. Discussions have centered around topics ranging from organizational design, Scrum scaling by organizational descaling, system optimization and organizational agility, waste management, and lean thinking to technical excellence, continuous improvement, and product management and ownership.

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Co-created in 2005 by Craig Larman and Bas Vodde, the LeSS Framework has grown into a globally-adopted way to apply Scrum principles to very large and multisite product development, at scale. In 2017, LeSS was recognized by the largest, most established, and influential professional membership and certification organization in the Agile community, the Scrum Alliance, as a way to meet the goal of transforming the world of work through simple, scaled, Scrum principles.

Craig Larman will be leading the "Certified Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Practitioner" 3-day training class in December. Learn directly from one of the founders of LeSS and become a Certified LeSS Practitioner in the process!