“In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.”
—Attributed to many
In This Chapter
This chapter describes the challenge of teams coordinating with each other. Self-interest lies at the root of this problem: Teams (rightly) focus on their immediate needs and work. The Scrum-of-Scrums is one approach that many organizations try. It can work when teams have natural affinity but when there are competing needs, it is not effective. The Product Coordination Team (PCT) is a better alternative that works in all situations. In a sense, the PCT acts as a product champion for cross-team coordination issues.
Key insights to take away from this chapter include
• The Scrum-of-Scrums ...
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