In this chapter, you learned that all the scaled Scrum and Lean-Agile approaches have something to offer and that the assimilation of situationally useful techniques across disciplines will make you a better Agilist. You learned that the discovering useful techniques that add value and then improving upon them is a fundamental concept in both Scrum and Lean-Agile development.
You also learned that having multiple methods and tools as options is not a bad thing. Not every practice is optimal or even practical in every situation. Knowing how to find the available scaled Scrum and Lean-Agile practices, as well as how to use them situationally, is the primary skill you have gained from reading this book.
This chapter provided a comparative analysis for you to assess the scaled Scrum and Lean-Agile disciplines in situational contexts, both in narrative and tabular formats. You now have the knowledge and skills to apply these practices to your sometimes unique, and other times...