How do you know if Agile is right for you? The success of an Agile transformation in an enterprise depends on a number of factors – the experience of the teams, the type of software you’re building, the availability of resources, the iron triangle of scope, schedule, and budget, and last but not least the corporate culture. This session will provide an overview of a survey instrument to assess critical success factors for Agile within an organization to help the leadership team decide whether Agile is a good fit.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  1. Deciding to Become an “Agile Enterprise”
  2. Agility Assessment Process Overview
  3. Leadership Team
  4. Agility Assessment Summary
  5. Agility Assessment Factors
    1. Experience of the Team
    2. Type of Software You’re Building
    3. Availability of Resources
    4. Scope, Schedule, and Budget
    5. Enterprise Culture
  6. Appendix
    1. Capability Analysis Method
    2. Modified Waterfall

Learning Outcome

Understand the factors affecting the likelihood of success of using Agile within organization.

Target Audience

Enterprise leadership team responsible for selecting development methodologies

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