agility: How business can survive and thrive in turbulent (mes -‐-‐ The Economist • Vola(lity is likely to remain a constant … it will con(nue to roil tradi(onal business and opera(ng models for some (me to come. • To be compe((ve, companies must respond quickly and nimbly to the changing environment ... their ability to respond to market movements is core to sustainability.
12.2% 18.5% Under 25% Between 25% and 49% Between 50% and 74% Between 75% and 99% 100% “How many development teams in your organization have implemented Agile practices?” (Select one) Base: 205 organiza(ons who are implemen(ng or have implemented Agile Source: November 2011 Global Agile SoNware Applica(on Development Online Survey (Forrester) Almost 20% of our survey respondents have adopted Agile at 100%. 68.4% of these are ISVs and professional services and 31.6% end user IT organiza(ons. Almost 20% have adopted Agile at 100%
Told Me We Need To Be Agile! I am a member of ….. team that is investigating moving our development to a Scrum/Agile model. At the moment, we are looking to get some on site training for our developers/testers/managers/product owners. We are hoping to have the same training run onsite with our global team (Lowell, MA, Horsham, PA, Beijing China) I'm initiating this request for additional information on how we can get started. Signed, Build and Release Engineer
Agile Initiative: • <$1,000 • <$10,000 • <$100,000 • >$100,000 • You don’t know • How much money has been invested in agility per person? • Up • Down • Stayed the same • You don’t know • Has your organization’s agility changed? • <0 • >0 • You don’t know • What has been the return on this investment?
the current development capabilities? • What are the operational measurements? • What is the impact of Scrum on the enterprise? • What is the overall agility? • What should be done next to improve agility? A Snapshot answers the following questions