Choosing to Start Small or Go All In when Adopting Agile


All in

Conventional, long-standing advice regarding transitioning to Scrum or any agile process has been to start with a pilot project, learn from it, and then spread agile throughout the organization. This approach is the frequently used start-small pattern in which an organization selects typically one to three scrum teams (of five to nine people each), gets them successful, and then expands from there. As agile spreads through the organization, new teams benefit from the lessons learned by the teams that have gone before…….. Read More