Implementing the Integrative Framework, Part II -- Scalability

Posted July 23, 2015 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence

In this Advisor, we focus on scalability. There are two distinct sorts of scalability: Project scalability -- addressing the ability to perform projects requiring large numbers of engineers; and Organizational scalability -- instituting common development techniques, such as Agile, consistently across an organization. While these are related, they are different. Our fundamental premise is that it is prudent to decide on a prioritization between the two.

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Israel Gat
Dr. Israel Gat is an expert in Agile and Lean methods, devops, software governance, technical debt and technical due diligence. He served as Cutter Fellow and the Director of the Agile Product Management & Software Engineering Excellence practice from 2008 until 2015, and now splits his time between consulting and writing. Dr. Gat has received many accolades from clients, such as “His approach is the only one I’ve found that actually works… Read More
Murray Cantor
Murray Cantor is a Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant. He has been a leader for over 30 years, applying leading-edge ideas in software and systems development. Currently, Dr. Cantor is CTO of Aptage. Recently, he served as an IBM Distinguished Engineer, a member of the Rational CTO Council, and the Rational Lead for Analytics and Optimization for Software and Systems, where he led the application of predictive analytics to software and systems… Read More
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