How to “slice the elephant” – real-life Agile Scaling.

No excuse for lousy software

Henrik Kniberg, author of the “Scrum and XP from the Trenches”, gave the opening keynote at the Agile Tour Bangkok conference on Saturday 21 November in Thailand. His talk was titled “Real-life Agile Scaling” and includes some great insights into scaling Scrum. Especially interesting is his take on Minimum Viable Product (MVP) which he believes …

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Feature teams

A feature team is “is a long-lived, cross-functional, cross-component team that completes many end-to-end customer features—one by one.” Traditional development teams are often organised as component teams, where the team will work on a component which then needs to integrated with one (often many) components developed by other teams. Feature Teams on the other hand …

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