Scaling agile at Rosetta Stone with Jira Software, Portfolio for Jira, and Confluence
Scaling agile development produces measurable benefits to program and portfolio planning, and fosters a strong alignment with long-term business objectives. Learn how Rosetta Stone has embraced agile scaling.
Scaling the agile methodology to larger multi-team efforts can be challenging. Software teams value autonomy and independence and words like scale and standardization are not only cringe-worthy, but also can come at a perceived cost. Regardless, planning interdependent work across many teams and reporting on multi-team projects is part of growth and a challenge that companies of all sizes face day-to-day.
Solving these challenges is well worth it. Scaling agile development produces measurable benefits to program and portfolio planning, accelerates the delivery of continuously validated business value, and fosters a strong alignment with long-term business objectives.
Learn how Rosetta Stone has embraced agile scaling as we cover these topics:
- Portfolio kanban and value stream
- Program increments and multi-team planning
- Balancing just enough consistency with team autonomy
- Architecture roadmap
- Innovation sprints
- Scaling UX with agile
- Test-driven development
- Practical tips for scaling with Jira Software, Confluence, Portfolio for Jira and the Atlassian Ecosystem
VP Software Engineering at Rosetta Stone
Manager of the PMO at Rosetta Stone
Senior Director, Product at Rosetta Stone