Two Ways to think about Scaling Scrum

In the book Scaling Up Excellence by Sutton & Rao, they discuss two different ways to think about scaling: the “catholic or buddhist” approaches.  I think this is a very interesting way to think about Scaling Scrum. The jist is: catholicism scales by having standardized practices and procedures, then scaling via creating perfect replicas of its already excellent self; buddhism scales by standardizing […]

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Simplicity teaser


Setting up an enterprise-scale agile department with 200 developers working towards the same vision will ensure you are invited to speak at all of the most prestigious conferences, but is there a simpler solution? Just get Sam to do it The simplest way to build software is to find one talented engineer and get them […]

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