Executive Update

Quantitative Analysis of Agile-at-Scale: Is It Worth the Pain?

Posted August 20, 2018 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence

Agile-at-scale relates to scaling Agile methods for software development use enterprise-wide or on large software development efforts. Scaling has been key as organizations try to tap the benefits of Agile methods to deliver their software products quicker, more cheaply, and with higher quality. This Executive Update presents conclusions based on the analysis of data from over 5,000 software projects fielded by about 500 organizations.

About The Author
Donald Reifer
Donald J. Reifer is recognized as one of the leading figures in the fields of software engineering and management, with more than 40 years of progressive management experience in both industry and government. He has built businesses, managed key programs, and led major R&D initiatives. Mr. Reifer is often called upon by clients to review troubled programs, examine red team proposals, and perform competitive assessments with an emphasis on… Read More
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