Nils Brede Moe
Nils Brede Moe
Publications and responsibilities
Corporate-level communities at ericsson: Parallel organizational structure for fostering alignment for autonomy
Retrospective for the Insurance team
Practices for onboarding new developers
Good pratices for scaling teams in a distributed environmentt
Dependency Management in Large-Scale Agile: A Case Study of DevOps Teams
Managing dependencies between teams and within teams is critical when running large-scale agile projects. In large-scale software development, work is carried out simultaneously by many developers and development teams. Results are delivered frequently and iteratively, which requires management of d...
Team Autonomy in Large-Scale Agile
Large-scale software development is increasingly making use of agile practices. In large-scale projects, a team needs to align with other teams and the rest of the organization. This has been shown to threaten team autonomy, which, in turn, reduces responsiveness and flexibility. Hence, agile teams ...
Spotify Guilds: How to Succeed With Knowledge Sharing in Large-Scale Agile Organizations
The new generation of software companies has revolutionized the way companies are designed. While bottom-up governance and team autonomy improve motivation, performance, and innovation, managing agile development at scale is a challenge. We describe how Spotify cultivates guilds to help the company ...
Towards an understanding of scaling frameworks and business agility: a summary of the 6th international workshop at XP2018
Large development projects and programs are conducted using agile development methods, with an increasing body of advice from practitioners and from research. This sixth workshop showed in increasing interest in scaling frameworks and in topics related to achieving business agility. This article sum...
Exploring Cross-Site Networking in Large-Scale Distributed Projects
Context: Networking in a distributed large-scale project is complex because of many reasons: time zone problems can make it challenging to reach remote contacts, teams rarely meet face-to-face which means that remote project members are often unfamiliar with each other, and applying activities for g...