Geographically Distributed Agile Teams Have Choices for Their Lifecycles | Managing Product Development | Agile Development Articles | Scoop.it

I hope that by now you see that you have any number of choices for your lifecycle if you are geographically distributed team and you are transitioning to agile. I do recommend a servant leader agile project manager, for coordination and risk management. With people all over the world, it’s difficult to coordinate the project, which leads to more risk.

 

Scrum is often not the best approach to geographically distributed agile. That does not mean the distributed team should not go agile. It just means they should not use Scrum.