Being Lean AgilePrakash M Pujar
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The core idea of lean is to eliminate/reduce non-value-added activities (termed "wastes") and thus increase customer value. The Agile itself is a lean for the software development life cycle, and I am sharing a couple of Agile best practices adopted by my teams to make the Scrum methodology more extra lean.
My team following Agile methodology from years now (specifically SAFe framework), that serves the needs at the enterprise level, producing frequent IRs (interim releases). (An IR consists of four sprints. Each sprint has two weeks in the sprint cycle.) At the end of an IR, the product is ready to be shipped based on business decisions. On adopting some of the best Agile practices, our software development process became more lean, to the point that it increased the process efficiency by increasing the productivity gain.
There was no change in the Agile framework that my team followed before adopting these agile practices. They are simple to adopt which results in high value when practiced religiously. My session is based on these agile practices. How to practice them, what are the value these practices are bringing on table and finally how lean our agile framework.