This material or a variation of this was presented at:
Monday April 20 at the Sydney Scrum User Group, Australia
Wednesday June 26 at Equinox IT breakfast event in Auckland, New Zealand
Wednesday July 1 at Equinox IT evening event in Wellington, New Zealand
The objective of this session is to introduce you to Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) - a scaling framework based on over 10 years of experience with large-scale and multi-site Agile implementations (particularly in Asia). For an example of what large-scale can mean in practice, LeSS Huge framework (for over 8 teams) is currently being used by a product development group of 2,500 working on a single product at 10+ sites around the world.
You don't have to be working in a very large product development group for LeSS patterns to be useful however. LeSS can be useful with as few as two teams.
LeSS is particularly relevant for Scrum practitioners since LeSS is simply Scrum at Scale. The way it is designed highlight key Scrum principles and concepts, some of which are poorly understood and appreciated (even by many Agile practitioners). Examples include 'real teams', disintermediation, the core function of Product Ownership and the scope of the ScrumMaster role.
Studying LeSS may well lead you to a deeper understanding of single-team Scrum.