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What is the best way to manage a big list of projects for different customers?


Our work is divided into 2 parts:

1. Core product - managed by 2 teams which work with scrum methodology of 2 weeks iterations

2. Team that is dedicated to customers' implementation (independent from the core product and is not working agile. It has a separated project management life-cycle)

After reading different articles with different best practices I understand that the first part is pretty easy and the idea is to create 2 projects - one for each team (each team responsible for a different area in the product)

The second part is where I'm more confused - it looks like the right way would be to create a project for each customer (also, each customer has different branches which makes it more complex, as each brand has it's on project management life-cycle).

But moving forward as we grow the list of projects will get bigger and bigger - what are the pros and cons for a huge list of customers projects? is this the recommended approach? and what is the best way to manage a customer that has multiple branches and each branch should have it's own project life-cycle? (would component be a good solution?)


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Feb 17, 2020

It appears you are facing Conway's Law,, which your system is mirroring your organisation.

My team admins a JIRA server with too many projects than needed. JIRA is still working fine and everyone adapts to the growing pains.

We periodically review if the current setup is fit-for-purpose. Changes to current setup often involve organisational and mindset (management approach) changes to be successful.

In the end, it probably depends on how your organisation works best.

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