Beccy Dreyling
Beccy Dreyling
Beccy is a Scrum Master for Gorilla Logic and loves to ramp up new teams, coach the benefits of Agile and Scrum and generally discuss all things Lean and Agile. While not a technical person, she loves to work with new technologies and prides herself in doing whatever it takes to help teams and customers succeed. Beccy has worked in software since 2000 and has been a scrum aficionado since 2008. When not supporting her teams she loves to ride her bike, do Pilates and dream of one day winning the lottery and opening a shoe shop in Sienna.

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Remote PI Planning, One Year Later: Lessons Learned & Improvements Made

Article by Beccy Dreyling

Sep 27, 2019 • ,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Just about a year ago, my colleagues and I wrote a blog post about our experiences using the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and Remote Program Increment (PI) Planning for a new Gorilla Logic customer. The project consisted of eight teams developing a single ecommerce... Read more.

Conducting Remote Program Increment (PI) Planning: Tips, Tricks and Tools from the Field

Article by Beccy Dreyling

Jan 31, 2019 • ,,,,,,,,,,,,

Many organizations shy away from scaling Agility or conducting robust Program Increment (PI) Planning because of remote teams. Gorilla Logic and one of its clients took on this challenge and saw great success. We’ll walk you through how we did it to show that remote... Read more.

Scaling Agile Series Part 4: Does Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Lead to Agility at Scale?

Article by Beccy Dreyling

Oct 31, 2017 • ,,,,,,,,

In this post, I will look at Scaled Agile Framework, also known as SAFe. My intent is not to describe the entire framework since it is quite extensive and has a very thorough website that leads users through all levels of the framework. I do intend to point out some... Read more.

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