The authors discuss scaling Agile by highlighting the constraints that a company needs to address given its particular context, an approach that adapts to context rather than ignoring it.
Tony Grout has spent the last 25 years working as as chief geek in start-ups and an executive -from general manager to product owner- in enterprise organizations. Chris Matts has been helping Skype for the past two years with a mixture of Enterprise Level Transformation and Team Level Coaching.
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chapeaux - excellent presentation and insights ...
I for myself work too with big scale (not just software) companies to implement Agile/TOC/CCPM for over 10 years and I can state that every sentence in the presentation is absolutely right (if right is defined as fits to what I experienced in the last years).
So don't hesitate an have a look into this ToC (Theory of Constraints) stuff - it's worth - it's gamechanging :-) it's the step from local optimization to holistic thinking
cu Wolfram Müller
p.s.: if you want to can have a look into "Tame the Flow" from Steve Tendon (and a little from me) - it may be a good starting point ... or the "CIO Guide" from Mike Hannan - this is smaller and easier to read ...