When organizations adopt Agile throughout the enterprise, they typically apply it to both large and small projects. The gap is that most Agile methodologies, including Scrum, are team-level workflow approaches. These approaches can be highly effective at the team level, but they do not address large project architecture, project management, requirements, and project-planning needs.
Our clients find that succeeding with Scrum on a large, geographically distributed team requires adopting additional practices to ensure the necessary coordination, communication, integration, and architectural work. This white paper discusses common considerations for success with geographically distributed Scrum.