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Descaling instead of scaling: Why scaled agility should simplify the organization.

 

Quo vadis agile scaling?


More cheese, more holes

More holes, less cheese
More cheese, less cheese

Is this paradox cheese? Possibly. And is it transferable to the organization of organizations? It is possible.
One thing is certain: to achieve more with less in terms of organisation is not such a far-fetched idea at the latest on second thought. Especially when it comes to scaled agile frameworks, this idea is just too contrary. Continue reading Descaling instead of scaling: Why scaled agility should simplify the organization.

How do you “scale” agility? An interview with Malte Foegen.

How do you decide which agile approaches to take out of the agile toolbox when it comes to creating an agile organization?

I look at every team and every level for itself. This is the only way to find out which agile approach makes sense for which team and at which level.

And you can’t just take a Scaled Agile framework like that? Continue reading How do you “scale” agility? An interview with Malte Foegen.