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Scrum has become very popular, but it is not always “pure.”

There’s a common belief that the vast majority of organizations adopting and integrating Scrum come from a Waterfall-like background. This was supported by 49% of respondents either used Scrum in addition to an existing Waterfall method or used it for some projects while using Waterfall for the rest. 13% use… Continue Reading →

How Often and Why They Use Scrum?

In terms of current Agile approaches, Scrum leads the way, take a look at the stats Scrum 40% Kanban (15%) Lean (11%) Whereas, in more findings, it was revealed that: 19% of the participants used Scrum for up to a quarter of their projects that… Continue Reading →

Key Findings

While 41% of organizations are jumping into Agile waters without requiring a specific certification of their employees, 54% either agree or strongly agree that a certification such as the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) improves their chances of sustained success. Culture is king in the Agile world—and according to a majority… Continue Reading →

Bringing Order from Chaos With Scrum

In software development organizations, chaos often results when a project’s complexity is greater than its managers’ ability to direct meaningful progress toward a goal. Progress might be made in fits and starts, but it is often indiscernible and unsatisfactory. Scrum cuts through… Continue Reading →

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