Agile Meetup Recap: How Large Companies Can Get Some of That Agile Mojo

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Most large company projects look something like this: have an idea, build a business case, get funding, get resources, then start the project months later. Once the funding is committed, middle managers make it difficult to revisit assumptions, change directions, or do anything other than execute against last year's idea. You're fighting an uphill battle in the organization—but it is one worth fighting.

Miss the live discussion that took place on August 8th with Scott Sehlhorst? Listen to the replay below.

Many questions came up during the #AgileMeetup.

Here are a few:

What should be the fundamentals/standard we should expect all agile teams to follow in an organization?

What experience does anyone have with a maximum limit to concurrent work threads for Agile team members?

As always we encourage you to post your questions in the Agile Q&A and answer questions from other community members.