DIBBs are "things that we believe about the world, where we want to understand why we believe it" said Frödin. (...) Spotify maintains a board with company bets; the things that they have to do right now.
You can have both, but you need to work for it, said Lindwall and Hazell.
There is no one way in which software is developed at Spotify.
The way that Spotify develops software was first described by Henrik Kniberg and Anders Ivarsson in Scaling Agile @ Spotify with Tribes, Squads, Chapters & Guilds.
One of the core guiding principles at Spotify is autonomy.
Kristian Lindwall and Cliff Hazell from Spotify explained in a 2015 conference talk why autonomy is at the heart of agility in the Info Q interview role of autonomy in agility: Autonomy has a Greek origin; it means having the freedom to choose. Boundaries come in forms of clarity and constraints, something that you should aim to make as explicit as you can (often together with the teams themselves).