Maturing the Agile way-The Road map for Continuous improvement

Maturing the Agile Way contains 2 Agile maturity models, Qualitative and Quantitative model, deals with the concept of Organizational comparative Agile maturity index, which quickly and reliably determine how agile an organization is compared to other organizations. This company Which had been adopting Agile over several months, wanted to understand realized business benefits in terms of more reliable, shorter, milestone releases and improved quality (as measured by defect introduction rate). However, most often those with visibility across the full adoption effort many times noted that the adoption of Agile had been "uneven," and wanted to take the adoption effort "to the next level." This in turn may give room for improved agility with many more areas in which additional business value could be added.

The goal of taking the agile maturity assessment was to better understand the areas on which the company should focus next. Based on the results of their assessment, the company may decide the need to emphasize improvements on few focus areas during particular time period.

This presentation also contains Scrum Master Maturity index, to create a learning plan for Scrum Master towards continuous improvement.


Outline/Structure of the Case Study





Learning Outcome

Organization and Team Agile Maturity assesment

Target Audience

Scrum masters, managers, Senior Roles

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