5 Techniques To Create And Clarify Roles Within Large Teams + Templates
Creating new roles and clarifying existing roles while Scaling Agile Practices.
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This is the 5th post in our series of posts on Scaling Agile Practices.
In the last post, we learned how to Align and Co-ordinate Multiple teams together in a scaled environment.
We discussed the 5 Ingredients needed to systemically Align Multiple Teams so they can work together smoothly as a single BIG team of multiple teams.
But how can we make sure that the alignment between teams remains intact?
Additionally, how can we make sure that these teams remain productive as individual teams while working together as a single big entity?
The solution lies in having the right roles in place to act as the glue that holds everything together.
This is what we will explore in this post.
We will look at 4-5 different ways to create and clarify roles within such BIG team of teams that I have seen 100s of Agile teams using in custom scaled environments.
Here's where we currently stand in our “Scaling” journey:
Multi-team roles and responsibilities ← this post
So how do we get started?
What’s the first step toward Creating New and Clarifying Existing Roles & Responsibilities?
Let’s find out.