When attempting to get many teams to work effectively together in an Agile world, we need some coordination model. This is typically referred to as Scaling. Be careful, many approaches do this by adding more layers, additional ceremonies, and handoffs. All of this takes the teams further away from delivering value to the customer.
- ING improves on the so-called Spotify Model using LeSS
- Manifesto for Scaling Agility
- The top 3 points you should have paid attention to in the Spotify Engineering Culture videos
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