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Scaling Agile: How Many Teams Are Too Many?

This is  the second instalment of a “Scaling Agile” blog series. The first instalment was  “Scaling Agile: A Law And Two Paradoxes”. Before proceeding further, please, read it, as it sets the context for what follows. In this post I’ll suggest a way to find an answer to this question: Q1: How many people and […]

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Methodology à La Carte

à la carte |ˌä lä ˈkärt, lə| adjective (of a menu or restaurant) listing or serving food that can be ordered as separate items, rather than part of a set meal. I’ve been uncomfortable with the mainstream discussions about software methodology for quite some time. It seems to me that far too many, in the […]

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