Scrum at Scale — overview
Scrum, as originally outlined in the Scrum Guide, is designed for a single team to be able to work at its optimal capacity while maintaining a sustainable pace. Since its inception, the usage of Scrum has extended to the creation of products, processes, and services that require the efforts of multiple teams.
As the number of Scrum teams within an organisation grew, two major well-known issues usually emerge:
- The original management structure can become ineffective for achieving business agility. Issues arose like competing priorities and the inability to…