At One80, we believe in the power of the Scrum@Scale framework as an adaptive tool to enhance the Agility of teams in a scaled environment. Scrum@Scale (like Scrum) is a highly adaptable framework ideal for any industry. Scaling Agile can be challenging. Scrum@Scale has proven techniques to reduce the complexity of a transformation and boost its chances of success. This results-driven framework goes beyond theory and provides organizations with actionable steps to scale the enterprise.

Scrum@Scale is the only scaled Scrum framework developed and endorsed by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, built on real-world experiences and proven empirical techniques used by teams and organizations around the globe to help teams accomplish “Twice the work in half the time.”

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Scrum@Scale Framework

Interactive Diagram


Natural Scrum Extension

Natural Scrum Extension

Scrum is a proven iterative method of product development that focuses on a regular cadence of delivery by focusing on the Scrum Values and using the 3-5-3 structure.
Enhance Communication

Enchance Communi­cation

Scrum@Scale's dual cycles reduce the number of communication pathways within the organization so that complexity is encapsulated and simplified.
Leadership Support

Build Leadership Support

Scrum@Scale is based on the Minimum Viable Bureaucracy (MVB) or the minimum number of leaders and processes required to reduce decision latency and increase business agility.
Aligned Vision & Prioritization

Aligned Vision & Prioriti­zation

MetaScrum creates an overarching product vision for the entire organization. It's forum for Leadership and stakeholders to negotiate priorities, alter budgets, or realign teams to maximize value.
Grow Organically

Grow Organi­cally

By using a 'scale-free' architecture, organizations are not constrained to grow in a prescriptive manner, and can scale based on their unique needs and challenges.


Scrum@Scale Graduates will Join an Elite Group: The International Registry of Agile Professionals (AEP)

Registered participants from our Scrum@Scale workshops are qualified to register with the Agile Education Program powered by Scrum Inc. The International Registry of Agile Professionals is the only Scrum education credentials developed and endorsed by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum and signatory of the Agile Manifesto.

The International Registry of Agile Professionals provides organizations and hiring managers with a database of professionals that have gone beyond certification. Registered graduates have the knowledge, confidence, and tools to jump into an agile environment on day one.

Agile Education


Introduction to Scrum

Scrum Role Based Training

Our most popular Agile workshop for Agile teams & individuals looking to advance their Agile skills.
2 Days
In this course, we’ll share insights and strategies from decades of success training people to become high-performing Scrum Masters and Scrum teams...
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The Product Owner is critical to the success of any Scrum project, yet the role is generally considered to be the most challenging one in Scrum...
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Scrum@Scale Training

Scrum@Scale naturally extends the core Scrum framework to deliver hyper-productive results across industries and disciplines...
2 Days
Takes our most popular Agile foundations course for Agile teams and incorporates…
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Takes our most popular Agile foundations course for Agile teams and incorporates…
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Expertly trained Coaches are critical to a company’s business agility. Our five-day intensive Registered Agile Coach™ (RAC) course prepares Agile professionals to lead agile transformations...
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Takes our most popular Agile foundations course for Agile teams and incorporates…
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One80 Enterprise Solutions

While there will always be larger initiatives, teams must transition to a “product” mindset. Testing every idea before implementation should part of the culture...
2 Days
Takes our most popular Agile foundations course for Agile teams and incorporates…
2 Days


Why we endorse Registered Scrum Master™ (RSM)

There remains a debate on whether Scrum Masters should be Registered Scrum Masters (RSM) or if it is adequate to be Certified Scrum Masters (CSM). There are five main reasons we endorse a Registered Scrum Master in our workshops as opposed to a Certified Scrum Master 1)The co-founder of Scrum endorses RSM, 2) RSM has roots in lean and focuses on removing waste, 3) RSM teaches the patterns of hyper-productive teams 4) RSM requires the trainer to be re-endorsed every year, 5) all RSMs are allowed to join the International Registry of Agile Professionals.

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What are the Advantages of Scrum@Scale vs SAFe?

You already know you need to scale your agile framework to help your growing teams to work together more efficiently – but what system should you implement, Scrum@Scale or SAFe?

Scrum@Scale was developed by Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Alex Brown. It is a framework that lets businesses effectively manage large-scale agile implementations. Scrum@Scale is an extension of the familiar Scrum framework, which means that wherever Scrum is implemented, Scrum@Scale is a logical next step in scaling. The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) utilizes a highly structured framework to adopt a scaling framework. Unlike Scrum@Scale, SAFe is NOT based on Scrum and is harder to customizable from team to team.

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Scrum@Scale or SAFe, which framework is right for my org?

You have decided to scale. It is time to determine what framework for scaling you will use.

  • Scrum@Scale
  • SAFe
  • LeSS
  • Nexus
  • Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
  • a custom solution

By implementing one of these frameworks, you will avoid reinventing the wheel.  Each framework provides structure, process, and principles to follow.  Let’s look at the characteristics of Scrum@Scale and SAFe.

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Where can I find the Official Scrum@Scale Guide

You’re in luck!! You can download the Official Scrum@Scale Guide using this link.

Download the Offical Scrum@Scale Guide
How Do I Know When I Should Scale?


I know this warning might shoot me in the foot as an Agile Coach and Scrum@Scale Trainer, but please read that again:  Do not scale if you don’t need to. Scale is complicated, expensive, disruptive, and may slow down delivery. Often when an organization thinks they need to scale, what they need to do is de-scale. They need to go back to the basics-create dedicated self-management and cross-functional teams. Aggressively remove dependencies. Give teams the power to use Product Thinking to drive the product’s outcomes. Please continue reading if you still need to scale after doing all these things.

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