Scrum Scaling

Prior to scaling any project, an appropriate infrastructure must be put in place. For instance, if a project will employ multiple collocated teams, a mechanism for frequently synchronizing their work must be devised and implemented. Also, a more detailed product and technical architecture must be constructed so that the work can be cleanly divided among the teams. If these teams are to be geographically distributed, high-bandwidth technology for source code sharing, synchronized builds, and alternative communications such as instant messaging must be employed.

Everything that supports the scaling effort must be devised and implemented prior to the scaling of the project; all of this work is done in Sprints. But Scrum requires that ...

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