July 10, 2014

Agile2014 session on Smart Scaling: Finding the right approach for Enterprise Agile

Richard Dolman and Steve Spearman will discuss finding the right scaling approach for Enterprise Agile at Agile2014 in Orlando

Are you looking for answers on scaling Agile but finding it hard to get unbiased information on the different options that are available? Well, this is the place to start that discovery!

This highly anticipated session is intended to help you answer the question: What is the right scaling approach for our organization?

We’ll explore the major scaling options together. We’ll help you understand some of the key differentiators and criteria for choosing an approach (or rolling your own!). After a quick overview of the major scaling frameworks, we'll present the concept of the Agile Scaling Knowledgebase (ASK) and decision matrix - an evolving tool for evaluating and selecting the right approach(es) for your organization.

We expect to have a lively discussion but we'll avoid any framework-specific cheerleading or bashing. We’ll instead elicit questions and insights that help drive decision-making and/or improvement. This will be a highly interactive session where participants will be encouraged to share their experiences, perspectives and questions on the topic. 


Together, we will come to insights that may help you make sense of the various approaches or frameworks and determine the best approach for scaling agility in your organization.

For more insight into this topic, check out our recent Q&A with InfoQ.

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Richard Dolman

Agile pragmatist, evangelist, coach, trainer, practitioner, explorer and learner…
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Richard Dolman

Agile pragmatist, evangelist, coach, trainer, practitioner, explorer and learner…

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