Scaling Agile - Why Scrum isn't enough
Reedy Feggins 120000A43D Visits (4777)
Scrum often works extremely well for small co-located agile teams but fails to when applied to larger more complex projects with distributed resources.
The obvious question is why?
What about what about projects with more complex situations:
As Agile consultants (Coaches, ScrumMasters, etc..) we often must assess the organization's current state determine what challenges (i.e., scaling factors) they may face so that we can create an adoption plan that maximizes the agile teams performance. Recently presented at the Agile Brazil 2012 conference.
Here is a link to my complete presentation summarizing some of the challenges teams often face along with some techniques for overcoming them.