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Scaling Scrum (3-4 teams) (Part 2)

This builds on Scaling Scrum (3-4 teams) (Part 1) Part 1 looked at the situation where there were multiple teams working on a single product. This will look at instances where there are multiple teams working on different projects/products in the same organisation. i.e. each team has a different backlog. Remember the rule though 1 product = 1 backlog!
What we are going to do here is to make sure that separate products/projects are in sync with each other and dependencies are made visible and met with minimal delay.

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Scaling Scrum (3-4 teams) (Part 1)

Scaling Scrum is easy, have a look at the Scrum guide at . You have a number of teams that each operate as normal and a member from each of the team attends an additional daily scrum. Yes, it all makes sense, but it is a lot easier to say than do, even on a small scale. There are a few practical things that newer teams and organisations need to think about and do other things will descend into a state of anarchy.

By and large there are two sets of circumstances where you need to scale.

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