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Organizational Agility 2018: Agile Approaches on Large Projects in Large Organizations

Featuring Yvan Petit

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Agile approaches have been primarily applied to projects in what is referred to as the “agile sweet spot”,  which consists of small co‐located teams working on small, non‐critical, green field, in‐house software  projects with stable architectures and simple governance rules. These methods are being used more and  more on large projects, but little documentation is available in the academic literature.

The research presented in this webinar investigated adoption and adaptation of agile methods for use  on large projects in large organizations. The empirical study was based first on case studies, followed by  a survey to validate and enrich the case study results. The results are somewhat paradoxical in that  some features are common to almost all observations, while others show extreme variability. The  common features include use of scrum methodology and agile coaches, as well as, the non‐respect of  the agile principle of emergent architecture.  

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