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Small-World Networks of Autonomy, Collaboration, and Exploration

We hear a lot about “scaling” agile these days. We have frameworks that lumber, scaled meetings that provide dubious value, and management who still want to know when we will be done. Is it possible to scale agile and lean to something reasonable? Yes, and the answer is not more process. The answer lies in feature teams that create small-world networks.

Teams can create their own small-world networks. Agile and lean program management in the form of servant leadership can facilitate those networks. Your small-world networks help create a culture of autonomy, collaboration, and exploration. Even better, they help you deliver a great product.

In this talk, Johanna will discuss how to create your small-world networks, so you can deliver great products with multiple teams.

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Agile Program Management. Networks Not Hierarchies (Slides)

Small-World Networks of Autonomy, Collaboration, and Exploration

We hear a lot about “scaling” agile these days. We have frameworks that lumber, scaled meetings that provide dubious value, and management who still want to know when we will be done. Is it possible to scale agile and lean to something reasonable? Yes, and the answer is not more process. The answer lies in feature teams that create small-world networks.

Teams can create their own small-world networks. Agile and lean program management in the form of servant leadership can facilitate those networks. Your small-world networks help create a culture of autonomy, collaboration, and exploration. Even better, they help you deliver a great product.

In this talk, Johanna will discuss how to create your small-world networks, so you can deliver great products with multiple teams.

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Agile Program Management. Networks Not Hierarchies (Slides)

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