2010 Agile Survey from Scott W. Ambler – Interesting Facts


Thanks to Scott. W. Ambler who put out a recent survey on Agile practices. There seemed to be enough respondents so a robust set of metrics could be pulled from the survey.

A couple interesting facts here:

  • Experienced teams only took a little more than a week longer to release a product than an inexperienced team.
  • Regardless of experience, most teams chose an iteration length of 2 weeks.
  • More experienced Agile teams gave less estimations and budgets up front (Sounds about right) 🙂

[HT: AmbySoft.com]

Author: peter

Peter Saddington is an Organizational Scientist and Certified Scrum Trainer. You can find him at AgileforAll.com

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