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Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises
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| by Dean Leffingwell Follow 0 Followers on Dec 09, 2009 |

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Dean describes team practices that scale to the enterprise, including structuring agile teams, mastering the iteration, concurrent testing and continuous integration. Dean also describes intentionally emergent architectures, lean requirements at scale, coordinating releases with the agile release train, agile training and rollout strategies and measuring business performance.

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Dean Leffingwell is a consultant, entrepreneur, software executive and technical author who provides product strategy, business advisory services and enterprise-level agility coaching to large software enterprises.

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