For several years, the Agile community has been struggling with the use of Agile practices - developed for small teams - in the large. Large organizations or multi-team efforts are the rule, not the exception in the software world. In this episode we explore Nexus, a scaling framework developed by Scrum.org to tackle just that: the use of Scrum in larger organization and multi-team product development efforts.
About Patricia Kong
Patricia Kong is the co-author of "The Nexus Framework for Scaling Scrum" published by Pearson, a public speaker and the Product Owner of the Scrum.org enterprise solutions program which includes the Nexus Framework, Evidence-Based Management, Scrum Studio, and Scrum Development Kit. Patricia is a people advocate and fascinated by organizational behavior and misbehaviors.
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About Kurt Bittner
Kurt likes to start by understanding client and organizational goals, assess key levers for change and to develop effective solutions that achieve those goals.
In the past, he led multi-year organization transformation efforts with a variety of Fortune 100 clients to improve their ability to deliver effective software solutions with reduced time to market.
He also worked at Ivar Jacobson and Rational Software, both companies that are part of the evolution towards developing methods for large-scale software development.
You can link with Kurt Bittner on LinkedIn and connect with Kurt Bittner on Twitter.