O'Reilly logo
  • Juan Perez Pardo Pérez thinks this is interesting:

There is very little load balancing among teams,” says Bjork. “If a team gets behind, we don’t break up the team or move individuals to the team to fix it. We ask the team itself to fix the problem. We try to keep the teams together for twelve to eighteen months. That’s what the teams themselves like. The goal is to let them get good at building software together. That’s their job. If we’re reshuffling them every three sprints, or even reshuffling the things they are working on, that makes it pretty hard to get really good. The firm is making an investment in the team for at least nine months or a year.”


Cover of The Age of Agile