Scrum@Scale Case Study Library

LATEST SCRUM@SCALE CASE STUDIES

Scrum@Scale is an open, transparent framework. We are committed to creating and sharing a library of best practices which combine empirical studies and real world experience.

The case studies presented here represent the lessons learned by our Scrum@Scale Trainers and the companies they’ve served. Learn how organizations of all sizes, across all industries have leveraged the power of Scrum@Scale to increase business agility and respond to ever-changing market demands. This library examines what works, what doesn’t and why, when organizations scale Scrum.

These case studies are complied by Scrum@Scale Trainers. Each trainer submits at least one new case study annually. This ensures this case study library will continuously grow and evolve to address the latest challenges Scrum@Scale companies face. The case studies presented here represent the success stories of our Scrum@Scale Trainers and the companies they’ve served. Learn how organizations of all sizes, across all industries have leveraged the power of Scrum@Scale to increase business agility and respond to ever-changing market demands.

We will release a new case study once every few weeks. Check back often or get new scaling case studies delivered directly to your inbox by subscribing below. The content of the case studies presented on our site are open source under Creative Commons 4.0 license.

Bosch: Embracing Agility

Learn how this multinational conglomerate transformed from the top down to become an agile enterprise.

Global Manufacturer

Learn how this transformation reduced waste by 90% and turned siloed groups into centers of excellence.

Gas Exploration

Learn how Drummond used Scrum@Scale to radically improve their supply chain and drilling operation.

Social Media

Learn how productivity and quality improved when executives transformed from managers into leaders.

Toyota

Lean how Toyota reused existing communication structures to efficiently deploy Scrum@Scale.

Financial Services

Learn how this small financial services company went from zero to 15 Scrum teams and positioned itself for acquisition.