Many large organizations find it hard to deliver valuable results to their Stakeholders. Their size makes it difficult to adapt to the fact that both the realities of delivery and the Stakeholder’s minds change in unexpected ways. That’s when systematic scaling of Scrum becomes critical to an organization’s success.
When an organization scales, there are two main forces in play:
- The need to decompose into multiple interacting Teams so that decision-making can be layered and decentralized to avoid overloading decision-makers,
- The need to centralize common functions and features to leverage economy of scale.
A successfully scaled organization looks like one whose structure scales in response to the forces that currently affect it.
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