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Encuesta Ambysoft sobre la tasa de éxito/fracaso de proyectos TI de noviembre 2013

Encuesta Ambysoft sobre la tasa de éxito/fracaso de proyectos TI de noviembre 2013

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  • Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ 2013 IT Project Success Survey Results Scott W. Ambler www.scottambler.com @scottwambler
  • Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ How To Use These Slides • We 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: Dr. Dobb’s Journal 2013 IT Project Success Survey posted at www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ Some slides have notes
  • Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ About the Survey • Ran during November 2013 under the title “2013 IT Project Success Survey” • Survey link included in: – www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ page – Drdobbs.com article – Posting to Agile and Lean Software Development, Agile CMMI, and the DAD discussion groups on LinkedIn – Twitter postings via @scottwambler • Data, summary, and slides downloadable from www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ • 173respondents – 25% worked in orgs of 500+ IT people
  • Important points • The success rates found in this series of surveys is significantly more optimistic than the results promoted by the CHAOS report. This is because this survey asks people to define success in the terms in which the teams were actually judged, as opposed to imposing a definition of success on them (such as on time, on budget, to spec which less than 10% of people actually subscribe to) • Agile, lean and iterative strategies were superior on average to traditional and ad-hoc strategies • There was no statistical difference between the effectiveness of agile and iterative • There was no statistical difference between traditional and ad hoc. Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Comparing Software Development Paradigms: 2013 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Traditional Ad-Hoc Agile Iterative Lean Successful Challenged Failed Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Comparing Delivery Paradigms -3.0 -1.0 1.0 3.0 5.0 7.0 Time/Schedule ROI Stakeholder Value Product Quality Lean Agile Iterative Ad-hoc Traditional Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Time/Schedule: Which is more important? Neither are important Delivering when solution is ready to be shipped Both are equally important Deliver on time according to schedule 2% 39% 42% 16% Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Budget/ROI: Which is more important? Neither are important Provide the best return on investment (ROI) Both are equally important Deliver on or under budget 4% 60% 23% 13% Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Stakeholder Value: Which is more important? Neither are important Meet the actual needs of stakeholders Both are equally important Build the system to specification 0% 86% 10% 4% Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Product Quality: Which is more important? Neither are important Deliver high-quality, easy to maintain systems Both are equally important Deliver on time and budget 0% 56% 34% 10% Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/
  • Do people really want systems that are on budget AND on time AND built to specification? All three Built to specification On or under budget On time to schedule 8% 14% 36% 58% Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ Answer: Very few apparently do!
  • Got Discipline? Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ DisciplinedAgileConsortium.org DisciplinedAgileDelivery.com ScottAmbler.com
  • About SA+A Scott Ambler + Associates (SAA) is a boutique consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations adopt disciplined agile strategies, particularly at scale. We offer training, coaching, and transformation services. Our website is ScottAmbler.com. We can help. Copyright 2014 Scott W. Ambler www.ambysoft.com/surveys/