Agile teams are living organisms. So why do we attempt to scale them as if they are LEGO blocks?
Successfully scaling agility requires the understanding that teams are unique structures that can’t be copied and pasted.
Think plants, not bricks.
Starting from this point it becomes obvious that certain types of plants require different conditions to thrive. Optimal amounts of sunlight, moisture, and fertilizer all vary from one type of plant to the next.
Just as you would group plants based around resources and conditions, you must consider agile teams similarly.