Status Quo Agile - Third study on success and forms of usage of agile methods
In cooperation with Scrum.org and GPM, Member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA)
Agile methods such as Scrum, IT-Kanban or Design Thinking gained a lot of importance during recent years. It seems like almost every renowned company switched to the usage of agile methods for their IT development. During the last few years agile methods gained tremendous importance in areas like product development, process optimization, implementation of ERP systems Standard Software System (SSW), etc.
But how successful and widespread are agile methods? Which forms of usage are common? During the second half of the year of 2014 “Status Quo Agile“ examined for the third time the actual status quo of agile methods.
The new edition of ”Status Quo Agile” examined how the usage of agile methods have changed. Special focus is placed on the actual forms of usage, the successes and the interaction with classic project management and scaling of agile methods as well.
A total of over 1,000 people from over 30 countries took part. More details on the structure of the participant survey period, used tools etc are documented in the final report. The Status Quo agile 2016/2017 study is already the third international survey according to previous studies in 2012 and 2014.
Study was carried out in collaboration with the GPM - German Association for project management, IPMA – International Project Management Association and Scrum.org.
The BPM-Laboratory for Business Process Management and Organizational Excellence at the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences is headed by Prof. Dr. Ayelt Komus. He is a Certified Scrum Master, author of many well-known publications to agile method, agile PMO and initiator of many scientific studies in this field. Komus is co-founder of the model factory Koblenz and for more than 20 years in publisher of "BPM Best Practice" (Springer Verlag), and he has been active in the areas Business Process Management, project management, organizational design, IT management and agile methods.
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