A Framework for Speeding Up Interactions Between Agile Teams and Other Parts of the Organization

  • Antonio MartiniEmail author
  • Lars Pareto
  • Jan Bosch


A known problem in large software companies is to balance the return on investment coming from short-term and long-term business goals dependent on the responsiveness of the companies. In the previous chapter we have found challenges in interactions between the Agile team and other parts of the organization. We have conducted an investigation on three large product line companies employing Agile software development in order to find practices that would mitigate the challenges.


Development Team Business Goal Agile Practice Agile Software Development Root Factor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg UniversityGothenburgSweden

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