In an organization that was going through a “agile at scale” transformation, Usman noticed that the teams felt overwhelmed. Usman and his colleagues understood that they had to change the approach to help the teams benefit from the scaling tools they were being trained on. They had to actively counter the idea of “big scaling”, since this was a group of only 10 teams, where some “large scale” approaches would only cause chaos and mis-understandings. Listen in to learn how Usman and his colleagues were able to “scale down” the “scaling agile” project in a way that made sense to the teams, and helped them achieve their goals.
About Usman Kotwal
Usman is a Scrum Master and Agile Coach in the field of data analytics in life sciences. He considers his learning journey to continue forever when it comes to bringing forward change in the ways we work collaboratively. His mission is to help guide the way to empowered product teams.
You can link with Usman Kotwal on LinkedIn.