Succeeding With Geographically Diverse Scrum Teams

Enterprises that adopt Agile development practices typically want to apply them to projects both large and small. The most proven Agile methodologies—Scrum in particular, along with its supporting practices—is fundamentally a small-team-level practice aimed at managing workflow for 5-9 people at a time.

These Agile practices can be highly effective at the team level, but they do not address large project issues of geographically distributed teams, management, architecture, requirements, and other large project issues. This white paper discusses additional practices needed to succeed with Scrum on a large, geographically distributed team, including necessary coordination, communication, integration, and architecture.

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