Scale-Ready | Definition of Scale-Ready by Scrum Dictionary


[skeyl red-ee]

Definition of Scale-Ready

A single-team process or practice is said to be 'scale-ready' when it can be easily applied or extended to an organization of many teams.
A Process-Model/Framework that can respond to growth or be applied to large Organizations without any modifications or additions to the model.


Scrum 3.0 is a scale-ready framework that naturally supports the fractal nature of scrum.
The Daily Standup is a scale-ready practice because each team has its own Daily Standup.

External Sources

  1. The Scaling White Paper

Cite This Term

"Scale-Ready." AccessedJan 23, 2022.