I wasn’t sure where to put this article, so it’s going under Leadership for now. This doesn’t seem like the right spot, but I can’t think of a better option. Somewhere is better than nowhere, I guess…
- Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) is supposed to help with using
agile development techniques with a large team. Personally, I haven’t found it
to be successful yet, but that is more likely that we aren’t leveraging it
- The Architecture & Design information I find particularly interesting given the challenge of having independent teams while also having a cohesive architecture. This is one of my primary concerns with Agile while in a large team.
- Agile Product Management: Do the Right Things, Not Everything,
slides. Created by Ellen Gottesdiener,
presented at Big Apple Scrum Day, May 2019
- Slide 15 talks about the gradient of agreement which I think is a useful concept to have on a team.