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Agile at Scale SIG - Feature vs Component Teams

Topic: Feature vs Component Teams

One of the first steps in an Agile adoption is the formation and organization of agile teams. Using agile with one team and one product backlog is straightforward. But, how do we scale to support larger products/projects that involve more people than can reasonably fit on a single team? Most agile practitioners recommend scaling with feature teams--cross-functional and cross-component teams that can pull end-customer features from the product backlog and complete them. Most large organizations prefer scaling with component teams--teams that focus on the development of a component or subsystem that can be used to create only part of an end-customer feature. Join us in a discussion on what works, what doesn't and what scaling frameworks such as LeSS And SAFe recommend.

Speaker: Leland Newsom

In his career, Leland has been a developer, Manager, Managing Director, and Technical Director. He is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge and experience with others and improving the lives of software developers.

Leland is employed by CapTech Ventures as an agile transformation coach where he coaches and leads teams and organizations in their agile transformation journey. He has CSM, CSP, and SPC4 certifications.

Agile at Scale SIG Info:
  • Food and Drink will be provided courtesy of Agile Austin.

Seating is limited!

Please make sure that you are able to attend this session. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. We want to give everyone the opportunity to attend, so please only sign up if you are committed to attending.

For more information/questions, please send email to: [masked].

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  • Leland N.

    Just posted the deck on slideshare. Meetup no longer supports file uploading. Previous files are still there but you can't post new ones. If you want the ppt file, please email me and I'll send it to you. Thank you for the opportunity to share the information. Glad to have such an engaged group to have the discussion.

    February 17

  • Matthew H.

    Done, production issues

    February 17

  • David H.

    Please record this and post it somewhere. Very interested in the content, but -100% chance of attendance, ever, for noon workday meetups.

    February 17

  • Leland N.

    Looks like we have a lot of interest with 19 people on the waitlist. If you said yes, and your schedule has now changed can you update your RSVP so those on the waitlist can get added?

    1 · February 15

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