Stacking Up: Structuring Feature Teams for Agile Transformation

Posted October 30, 2019 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
Stacking up

When an organization decides to structure the teams that look after its digital products and platforms into feature teams, the technology stack must closely follow that structure. Most organizations, however, do not structure their technology stacks in this way, and the challenges that we observe today when trying to make changes at speed are usually attributable to that misalignment.

About The Author
Michael Papadopoulos
Michael Papadopoulos is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture and Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practices, Chief Architect of Arthur D. Little’s (ADL's) UK Digital Problem Solving practice, and a member of ADL's AMP open consulting network. He is passionate about designing the right solutions using smart-stitching approaches, even when elegance and architectural purity are… Read More
Olivier Pilot
Olivier Pilot is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice and a Senior Architect with Arthur D. Little’s UK Digital Problem Solving practice. He has broad experience across a range of projects involving enterprise and solution architecture. Mr. Pilot's focus areas include digital strategy, Agile digital solution delivery, design and architecture, and design thinking innovation. His recent… Read More
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