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Scaling agile methods without being dogmatic

This article describes considerations when adopting and scaling agile methods that will allow you to successfully realign your organization.

 

Scaling agile methods without being dogmatic

Table of contents

  • Models – wrong, but useful?
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Incremental experimental introduction
  • System view
  • Keeping your objective in view
  • Values and culture
  • Technical factors
  • Systemic misjudgments
 

Introduction

The number of theoretical models for scaled agile approaches has risen steadily over the past few years, especially for scaled Scrum and Kanban processes. These models often sound logical in theory and quickly tempt you to use them without any modifications. However, these models often describe ideal scenarios that do not exist in reality. This article describes considerations when adopting and scaling agile methods that will allow you to successfully realign your organization.

 

Resource type
Tech paper

 

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