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Challenges and Solutions of Applying Large-Scale Agile at Organization-al Level

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  • Florin DUMITRIU
  • Gabriela MESNITA
  • Laura Diana RADU

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Large-scale agile development receives widespread interest today in research and practice. Two different dimensions could be considered in the context of applying agile at large-scale: individual level, like project or team, and organization level. The majority of literature treats the subject of large-scale agile implementation at the individual level or not very specific. In our paper, we placed at organization level with the aim to find out the challenges and solutions that are relevant for enterprise-wide agile implementation in large organizations in order to create agility beyond individual team or project. Based on the literature review, we have found twelve challenges, grouped in three categories and three general solutions.

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  • Florin DUMITRIU & Gabriela MESNITA & Laura Diana RADU, 2019. "Challenges and Solutions of Applying Large-Scale Agile at Organization-al Level," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 23(3), pages 61-71.
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