There’s a new role that is starting to take shape in the realm of software development, and that’s the role of Delivery Lead but what exactly is this role?
In my last article we explored the Software Delivery Lead role and how it relates to Project Management, Agile, and Scaling. Here, we’ll dive a little deeper in an attempt to better define this emerging role.
A Delivery Lead’s role is to enable the successful delivery of a portfolio of initiatives or features for a particular team or product area. They’re an enabler; they think strategically, and they provide leadership.
There’s a new role that is starting to take shape in the realm of software development, and that’s the role of Delivery Lead but what exactly is this role and why, suddenly, is there a need to define this new space in the fast-paced world of software?
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