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  • Today I’d like to share with you IBM Rational’s direction as it relates to Agile Development. As you know, Rational has been helping companies develop software for over a decade, and many people are aware of our process efforts around the Rational Unified Process (aka RUP). Many customers have asked what we are doing around the emerging development trend of Agile Development, particularly as it is growing in popularity and being adopted by larger companies. This presentation provides an overview of Rational and IBM’s overall direction with Agile, and particularly focuses on the unique challenges when companies seek to implement Agile “at scale” – meaning in more complex environments.
  • On average, CMMI apparently has little effect on project success rates in practice.
  • senior staff (100 respondents) is the combination of architects, IT managers, process engineers, and portfolio/program managers The SEI’s CMMI web site is http:// www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi / COBIT is maintained by Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) at http:// www.isaca.org/cobit / The UK’s Office of Government Commerce (OGC)’s ITIL web page is http:// www.ogc.gov.uk/guidance_itil.asp The PMI home page is http:// www.pmi.org The OGC’s Prince2 web page is http://www.ogc.gov.uk/methods_prince_2.asp The Open Group’s TOGAF web page is http:// www.opengroup.org/togaf / The Zachman Framework is described at http://www.zifa.com/

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  • Process Framework Survey 2008 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/scottAmbler.html
  • How To Use These Slides
    • I have provided these slides, and the raw data behind them, so that others can use them in their own work.
    • You may reuse all, or a part of, this slide deck as long as you provide a clear reference to the source.
    • The suggested reference is: Results from Scott Ambler’s January 2008 Process Framework Survey posted at www.agilemodeling.com/surveys/
    • Some slides have notes
  • 2008 Process Framework Survey
    • January 2008
    • Email sent to DDJ mailing list and posting in Editor’s blog
    • 339 respondents
      • 40% were developers, 20% were in management, 22% architects
      • 78% had 10+ years in IT
      • 17% worked in orgs of 1000+ IT people
    • Overall goal was to explore adoption and success rates of various process frameworks such as CMMI, COBIT, ITIL, …
  • Are People Applying Agile and CMMI Together?
  • Effectiveness of Agile and CMMI
    • We found the following success rates:
      • 57.6% for CMMI-compliant traditional projects (107 responses)
      • 56.8% for non-CMMI Agile projects (114 responses)
      • 54.8% for non-CMMI traditional projects (172 responses)
      • 53.4% for CMMI-compliant Agile projects (70 responses)
    • Statistically these numbers are the same
  • Framework Effectiveness According to Senior Staff
  • % of Senior Staff Who Had Never Heard of a Given Framework
  • Framework Effectiveness According to Developers
  • % of Primary Audience for a Framework Who Hadn’t Heard About it (But Should Have) Architect (37.5%) Zachman Architect (53.6%) TOGAF Project/Program/Portfolio Manager (69.5%) Prince2 Project/Program/Portfolio Manager (22%) PMI IT Manager (32%) ITIL IT Manager (52%) COBIT All (23%) CMMI Primary Audience (Not Heard %) Framework