Big agile

One stereotype for agile approaches is that they only work for small projects. However, it is different today. This article identifies how agile techniques are used as part of the day-to-day project operations of major organizations round the world and cites examples from Tesco.com, Salesforce.com, and a Chinese telecom. It lists some of the most popular techniques for scaling agile approaches beyond a single-team project, including these: get it right at the team level; firm the big picture and flex the details; and encourage a culture of organic coordination.
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