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  1. 1. ‘VVERSIONONF Agile Made Easier 8th ANNUAL STATE OF AGILET“ SURVEY VERS| ONONE. COM 014, Versionorle, In 4 Rights Reserved, Versionone is a registered trademark and Sta f/ Agile is a tradem k of VersionOrle Inc.
  2. 2. Execuflve Why Agile? More people are recognizing that agile development is beneficial to business, with an 11% increase over the last 2 years in the number of people who say agile helps organizations complete projects faster. This year we plotted the reasons people adopt agile against the actual improvements they get from their implementations, The results proved that agile implementation, on the whole, delivers what organizations hope for. In a comparison of what respondents ranked as most important against actual improvements, those who implemented agile saw improvements in over a dozen areas measured. The top 3 were: ability to manage changing priorities, productivity, and project visibility. What Makes Successful Agile Transformations? So why are some organizations still experiencing | ess—than—successful agile transformations? Survey data indicates that when agile initiatives fail, it is often because of issues related to culture and resistance to change. Specifically, people are concerned about a perceived lack of up-front planning and a loss of management control stigmatized with agile practices. Those who have been successful shared their best lessons learned in this report. Again this year, executive sponsorship was the number»one most important success factor when scaling agile beyond a single team. Common strategies for successful enterprise agile included: buy—in from the business, clear processes and training around the basics of agile, strong leadership, inter-team communication and collaborative work flow, pilots, knowledge sharing and continuous improvement. Current Practices & Tools It's no surprise that Scrum and Scrum variants remain the most widely practiced agile methodology, and Kanban continues to gain popularity among teams (7% increase). Several new and interesting trends have emerged this year: I More distributed teams are practicing agile — more than doubled this year from 35% to 76% - More people are using, or plan to use, an agile project management tool (76% in 2013 vs. 67% in 2011) 0 Greater use of retrospectives — increased by 10% in last 2 years J0? Top VVERSIONONE Agile Mildc Easier Sunvnary Out of all the agile tool categories, the biggest increase in use or planned use was in agile project management tools and Kanban boards (both up 6%). In terms of specific tools, the majority of respondents are still using Excel. Yet, a host of new tools are emerging in the market including Agilefant, Fogbugz, Mantis, Redmine, Trac and Trello. The biggest variance in specific tools used over the last 2 years was a 6% increase in Microsoft TFS and a 5% increase in VersionOne use. Boutique tools continue to get the highest customer satisfaction rate over Excel and plugin tools not specifically built for agile project management. When asked whether respondents would recommend a specific tool based on their use of that tool, VersionOne again ranked on top with a 93% recommendation, followed by Atlassian/ JIRA/ Greenhopper (87%) and Vendor Y* (85%). LeanKit, while having fallen by 8% in its tool recommendation rating since 2012, is still a top—S choice, along with Target Process, which increased its year—over—year rating by 9%. Agile Momentum Software professionals are getting more knowledgeable about agile development and are now scaling it more broadly within their organizations. About 88% of respondents said they are knowledgeable with agile practices, a 7% increase over 2012, and the majority of organizations surveyed have practiced agile between 2 and 5 years. Approximately 19% of respondents work in organizations that have practiced agile for more than 5 years, up from 9% 2 years ago. It's notjust knowledge; the agile community is applying what they know about the methodologies more broadly in the workplace based on the success they've seen within single teams. Today 57% of the respondents work where there are 5+ teams practicing agile; 38% have 10+ teams. This figure was only 30% a year ago, indicating that agile momentum has taken off and its successes are being embraced at the enterprise level, ‘ Note: Previously vendors "X" and "Y" requested not to be identified in the State of Agile Dev Survey. VERSlONONE. COM © 2014, VersionOne, inc, All Rights Reserved. VersionOne is a registered trademark and State of Agile is a trademark of VersionOne Inc.
  3. 3. 8.. . ANNUAL STATE OF AG I LE'”‘ SURVEY WVERSIONONE‘ Aqie Made Ea)eV Responrlent bemosrmphies E§ E)<j>er-ievxee with Agile Development Asile A<lo'p‘l-‘ion in the 8V+€. P'Pf'lS€. About The Survey The eighth annual ”State of Agile” survey was conducted between August 4th and October 16, 2013. Sponsored by VersionOne, the survey invited individuals from a multitude of channels in the software development community. A total of 3,501 responses were collected, analyzed and prepared into a summary report by Ana| ysis. Net Research, an independent survey consultancy. Asile lVe‘l-lo<l. s §< ‘Pr-otc. ‘l-‘lees /1 Reasons Cor- Arlopt-‘ms Aaile Benefifi-s 0b+Ql“e& ‘Er-om lm’Plemev‘l-‘ms Agile % A ~ I {J Secxlms Aslle. rig / ® lAJlocl- Eases Asile A<lo'[>t-ion at Sezxle? VERSlONONE. COM 2014, / ersionorie, inc. All Rights Reserved VersionOne is a registered trademark and State of Agile IS a trademark of VersionOne Inc.
  4. 4. State of Agile Respondent Demographics SIZE OF ORGANIZATION 100 The melian siLe o? respondents’ so§tware organizations was IOO, with 3/Li o? res'PonIents eomins Q! -om or-5ani2.ations between IOO anti l, OOO ervvplojees. The madoritj were Crom North Ameriea (bk Z) anl Zuroye Q0 6). The maioritf) w€J'€ Q 23.. Development Staff 9 33. Project and Product lVIanager/ SciumMastei/ Team Lead ii 155 PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH AGILE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES Aboul are at least "lknowleisealole" about sa the a3i? e sogrware development teehniciues, up 770 Cr-om last Dear. A<I<litionallj, sinee loll the nomlaer oC ‘People who have "ver little" to no e)<'i>eriene. e with asile has It-o’P’Pecl I33 7%. / o of respondents 80 ANNUAL STATE OF AGILE” SURVEY . Z. . 5'6 om; Eur-o’P€- 10 gem North Ameriea 5 CURRENT COMPANY POSITION élz worKe< in So€tware Develdpment or the IT departments o§ their em'l>loDers, most eovnrnonlj 'Pro; )e<~_t Wlanasers, Su-omlVasters anrl Team Leaks, Qollowecl lo Ievelo]>ment staQ§ anI Ieveldpment leaniers. Te e remainzier was s'Prea<l between WK, a<Iministr-ation, rnarKetin5, lesal serviees, support ani sales, reqeetins the inereasins inqoenee (SQ asile interest beaonci solelj so9tware <l. evelo'Prnent. 24.. 33., 1-2 years 3-4 years 31% 125 <1 year 5+ years (‘$15 Extremely knowledgeable M Moderately knowledgeable E Knowledgeable Very Little/ No Knowledge VERSIQVNVONME“ VERS| ONONE. COM w 2014 / eisioiione l‘l( All Rlgl‘l3 Rcseived 1 VersionOne li a lEglSlE'E(l tizzlemaik ard State of Agile is a tiaclemaik oi VersionOne inc
  5. 5. State of Agile Experience with Agile I I § I it C‘: IVT i5.. "3.. IlIi' E2‘! 5870 o? res'j>ondents said their or-5ani7_ations were 'j>r-aetieins agile developvnent, u’[> CI-om 84% in Dior; ml 50% in 10“. EE%i. iEi7ClE y: .r? «"’ -, -M’ E 3.3 i. i°IlEil '1‘-‘_-El': ' if. ‘ E -1iI. ilErTTC "I: li"’: ' . i.‘3‘. .°': 'l‘. .i. lE Over 1/2 o? respondents said then 7 are usins asile to manage the r , i j madoritj o? their 'pro‘jec. ts. 5 il% 26-50% of Projects . % 0-25% of Projects 76-10 of Projects of Projects V, ‘ i VER5'9NQ. N§" . »3“‘ 1 — .3-! .l‘IYLV_lIIA1L . - I E’ C’ 7' r A 4 . , . Development ltow On aver-ase, respondents worked at eorn'j>anies that have been ’Pr-aetieins a3ile over 5 gears, with a ra'j>idl pr-ouuins numbe: oC eom'j>anies in the DES ear ranse (5 /2 eom'j>ared to 36% in DOD). A’P'j>ro)tirnatelJ I770 have 'Pr-aetieed asile Qor over 5 gears, up Crom 7% in lOlL . 1-2 Years 2-5 Years 5+ Years Will’-" I i7’. iVC7rTi’C 1-‘. E ii. lgii? Produet Owners are Settins more Knowledseablej Business Anal jsts have taKen their spot at the bottom o? the 'pao_K. Knowledgeable 44% ScrumMaster 15% Project Manager 14% V ’ ~ Dev Manager/ Director/ VP 10% — Developer 4% - Product Owner 3% - Product Manager 2% - - QA 2% — — Executives 2% " ‘ BA ‘I70 Other VERS| ONONE. COM - 2014 / ei. sroriOrre lrrc All Rrglrts Reserved V€lSlO| ‘Cl1E’ is a regrsle ed trademark arcl State of Agile i: a trademark o‘ Versror*One r*c 2
  6. 6. iii i . .; .4.. iil'ii. iuiriiL . C I) Stateoi: Agile . . . c. > Agile Adoption in the Enterprise Respondents were Qrom a broad range o$ organization siz_es, varging Grom single‘emplogee businesses to those with more than a hundred thousand. 3/4 were Qrom smaller organieations — those with Sewer than l, OOO emplogees. 0 . . . . . i r j an 1 — ‘Q ’ I’ ‘V I ‘Q I r V t. l‘. il'i‘. i; A . '.‘. ll. ;l: ... .( . 0/ Q‘ 0 to be mostlg in the management lager (6%): reS, PonjU+S Sag ‘Hmg ( are mana in between I progeets usin agile. lxlearlg “too o? Management Dev/ IT Staff Executives Consu| tants/ Trainers/ are managing to a othef oi: their progeets Initial ehampions o? agile methods eontinue Ovgr km’? 0? H‘: 50% and rooz» as their re o . & ' if [0 3 ‘ i [0 respondents sa the :2 using agile. H 1 "vii’__ i. 'Tf? ‘.. Ni’ iii gr jir re. 1‘. it; if; r: 1‘. - ’L' ; .‘¥‘. ii. 'r,3 i‘-‘AT ii PTET. ~11 iirr-‘. ~:-. i~i*~i' r-I . ..: ..ir: ‘2'*". ‘ fr: -: .r . ”""ii7 imrerp " ‘ ‘ .1 5 J All . al I I The number of? teams praetieing agile at eaeh organization 1“ Nm_‘+, ‘°n +0 Stojmg Ask Ngross more +QOWS' organizations are also sealing agile to a greater number of? progeets. The pereentage o¢ respondents with IO or more agile progeets has Jumped Crom 3076 in loo +0 ‘+376 ‘iii lors. The +miii INQS siixcml Qrovn most having O‘S agile progeets last gear to heaviest representation in the IO‘or'more‘pro; jeets group. eontinues to grow, and this ear there is evidenee that it's growing Qastest at the enterprise level. 57% o? respondents said their companies had adopted agile pr-aetiees across 5 or more teams. This number has nearl doubled in the last 1 gears in loll and 33% in loll . The Castest-‘growing group is those who praetiee agile in IO or more teams (38% o? respondents), whieh is an 576 inerease over lOll. ‘ 10+ prgjects K, ’ The number oi? respondents who have dist! -ibut€d‘so§tware teams praetieing agile has more than doubled in one ear. 76% had distributed solétware teams in 3.0l3 eompared to onlg 35% in 3.01). . Ti vERsi<gisiQrsi§“ . 3 VelSlO| ‘Cl1E’ is a iegisle ed trademark ard State of Agile i. L trademark o‘ / €lSlOl‘Oli9 l‘L'
  7. 7. 8” State of Agile ANNUAL STATE OF AGILE” Agile Methods & Practices SURVEY AGILE METHODOLOGY USED Onee again Serum and Serum variants (73%) remain the most popular agile methodologies being used. AGILE TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED Respondents are making use o? a wide variet o? di9'€erent agile management teehniques. More than 8570 praetiee Dail Standups, 3/: are using iteration Planning and Retrospeetives, and nearl t e same proportion said theg maintain Bur-ndown eharts. Over the last 3. ears we've seen a IO’/ J inerease in the use oC Retrospeetives (€rom b‘t% in lOl to 7“l7o in lOl3). 7('J»n(“9—(’o’9 Wespondents were able +0 seleet multiple options. <>~ Daily Standup ' Open Workarea J I» Iteration Planning 0 TDD K a Unit Testing 'i> Digital Taskboard nl“ Retrospectives Cr Story Mapping n c Release Planning " Kanban ° 9 Burndown/ Team-Based Estimation S Collective Code Ownership F 5 Velocity t Pair Programming 3 b Coding Standards 0 Automated Acceptance Testing 5 i Continuous Integration V Analog Taskboard T 3 Automated Builds w Continuous Deployment : K Dedicated Product Owner >< Agile Games UL) I Integrated Dev/ QA 3 Cycle Time " M Refactoring L BDD 3 F L vERsiQisiQN, E,“ . ... ..XiE.5§. '..9LiE? .,'. V.§iEE? .El 4 VersionOne is a registered trademark arid State of Agile is a trademark of VersionOne inc
  8. 8. 8” State of Agile Survey SA1‘_i: _J: :LF Agile Methods & Practices SURVEY KAN BAN USESe Me How is Kanloom wP~Pr. eA’? Inside & Outside Alnou'l' 1/2 ‘H-te respondents who use Komloodx or- $u-umbodx soiul ‘I-hes were 'Pr1moJ~‘iI3 usina ‘Hxese me‘I-koas Cor loosivxess '§>r~oc. esses ‘msitle ‘I-Ixe so€'h. uoJ-e or-3cxn17_a+ov ovxl Outside Other AGILE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT (APM) This ear +1-emls so53es+ ox sf3I+ ‘merease in loo+l-x Kvou. Pe<5e omrl ’Pr~oe1-"tee 0‘? A’l>W. Tel-, + ‘is st-"ill relcxfivelj new or UnQmmho. r +0 o. lmos+ 1/3 0? res’i>on<ev+s. Practicing Not practicing Don’t know what it is LEADING CAUSES OF FAILED AGILE PROJECTS when o. sKe< mks zxsile ‘Pr-ogecsl-s Gail, I575 <39 I-es'pov<LevvI-s sofiul none 0? ‘I-heir 'pro‘)ec. ‘l-s woulcl loe eonsixlei-e: uv$uc. c.eS$§L>l. 0? ‘H'O$€. uu+k Godleil asile ‘Pr-o3ee. +s, mos+ ocl-+1-1lou+e<l 1+ +0 om o'E§os‘m3 eompmnj '[>l-Closo'pl-sj or some o'l-ker Qor-m o? e. uH'ur¢xl r-es‘is+omc_e 0&6 . None of our agile projects failed Company philosophy or culture at odds with core agile values External pressure to follow traditional waterfall processes A broader organizational or communications problem Lack of experience with agile methods Lack of cultural transition Other Unwillingness of team to follow agile Lack of management support Don't know Insufficient training New to agile V VERS| ONONE. COM 5 ti 20i4, V€l‘SlOi‘. OfI9 Inc All Rights Reseived / ersionOrie IS a registered tiademark and State of Agile is a tiademark of / eisionOiie Inc
  9. 9. w I - State of Agile ll Agile Methods & Practices 3'] {WAY I : » “C: ;i= «C "I ‘-' is~: '"»i 530/ ~ st. -. 3 5 . .L. .. . . -. i 5 W l" “', ''x'‘l , ' it 0 n‘ L-E “wt 2- T . as Inabilityto change organizational culture As eXpee‘l-e<L, ‘rhe same reason asile prodeefs Cail is also uuha+ Keeps eompanies Qrom Qur-‘I-her asile a: Lo’p"l'ion — euhrure. 'Respon<ent-s ei*I-e< an ’inabil'l-3 ‘I-o ehanae orsanieocl-ional c_L>l+ore' anti ‘t-he '5eneral resist-anc_e ‘I-o o_han3e' as ‘I-he 1 rnos+ eommonlj o_i*l-eri 35% Trying to fit agile elements into a non—agi| e framework b ‘ €ollouue<i b ‘ Q‘ il "nu-S’ 3 hams +0 ‘+ A5 a General resistance to change elements into a non‘a5iJe Qrameuuoi-K. 13% Budget constraints i3°/ . , Perceived time to transition / 23% Confidence in ability to scale *? espon&en+s were allowed +0 seleet more than l. Management support Customer collaboration Availability of personnel with right skills Project complexity ‘cur: am T§EI? TWl *7V:5TF 5 . .-.1 _. . - The +op 1 most’ eornrnon eoneerns when eonsitierina an asile ini*l'ia‘I-ive remain a laeK oC upCron'l- planning (30%) an< loss oC mana5ernen‘l’ ¢. on'I-rol (30% ). “~": IlER[l: ‘I if C , .. lflv J J} rliesponaents were able to seleet multiple op+i: >ns. Lack of up-front planning Loss of management control Management opposition Lack of documentation Lack of predictability ‘ Lack of engineering discipline Dev team opposed to change ‘ No concerns Inability to scale Regulatory compliance Quality of engineering talent Reduced software quality VERS| ONONE. COM JOT4 / aisioiiOne Inc All Rlgi‘[S Rcseived Veisioi*Ciie is :1 iegiste ed tizzleiviaik ai‘(l State of Agile is a tiaclemaik o’ VGISIOPOITE’ l‘£ Va i VERSIQNQNE“ 6
  10. 10. 8” State of Agile . . SA_l‘_i: J:J: LF wcf Reasons for Adopting Agile 3545:’; 7 Wos‘l- responses eewrereci on W E . be‘I-‘I-er eus+omer Qoeus an<i inu-easeci pr-e<ie‘I'aloili‘l' The ‘top 3 reasons* responaeni-s o. i+e< Cor a<l. op'l-ins agile are eonsis+en‘l-ls! ‘I-o aeeeJera‘l‘e 1-ivne ‘I-o rnarKe+ (1370), more easilj mana5e ehansina priorit-ies 06%), an< 1-o bet-‘lrer alisn IT and business olojee_‘l-ives 057031 Wes on-ien+s ere able to seleet molt‘ le o ‘Fons. 0? W K? ? ‘ . Not important at all I Somewhat important u Verylmportant . Highestimportance Accelerate time to market IE3; Manage changing priorities @ fl ’ a Q I P a? Better align IT/ business l l Increase productivity z % j Enhance software quality Project visibility ’ z . , ti». 5 Reduce risk l v I l 8 l eéae Simplifydevelopment process Reduce cost I fi @ Improve team morale L T , . iéfl I aa aaaaaaaaa I do 9 $]$l, I 1 l l . 'i gin —V 7 Enhance software maintainability/ extensibility ® 40% - 40* Improve/ increase engineering discipline I E @ % @ Manage distributed teams Q 4% OVERALL CONSENSUS 73 REGARDING ADOPTION ° 0 F AG I L E The number o? people who ‘§eH- +ha+ aaile ’Pl’<)3cL‘i'$ were +he same or €as+er % 9° ‘to eorn'Ple‘H<>V ‘than 'P"evious non‘a3ile A’ ones has inereaseri b3 couble’&i3i‘I~s in Q ‘the Ias+ 1 Sears, now our 3%: cs? ‘l'he I-esp-onren'l's . Feuoe: r-esponéevvl-s ‘I-hts sear saii asile prodeefs were ‘slower’ +o c_omple‘I-ion. Slower 1-ime f-o hJo‘l~ e+ eomplet-exi Same +ime ‘I-o Fas'l-er 1-ime ‘I-o e. ornple‘I'e an Sile prodeef eornple+e eornplefe ‘yvERsi<; iiorE~iE‘ im¥n%5§i'§? Zl‘3g'? .§tEE? Vll 7 VersionOne is a registered trademark and State of Agile is a trademark of VersionOne Inc.
  11. 11. 8 ANNUAL STATE OF Benefits Obtained from Implementing Agile State of Agile SURVEY IMPROVEMENTS E ACROSS THE BOARD FE‘ WITH AGILE / ° o9 respon<l. en'I's sail. Responlewrs repor‘l'el Dear‘over‘jear irnprovemen‘l's in ALL areas measurel. ‘imrplgmuq-‘ins ASH: Experieneecl agile users sail ‘I-he ‘I-op business beneCi+s were ‘the abili‘l' ‘I'o improverl ‘l'heir abili+g to manage ehanging prior-i‘l-ies (71%), proiluul-ivi‘l'3 (87%) anil pro_‘)ee‘l' visibility mamsc ¢_t¢m3‘m5 pr-‘tor-i+ies. ACTUAL IMPROVEMENT FROM ADOPTING AGILE METHODOLOGIES This Dear we plo‘l"l-e<l ‘I-he reasons people a<lop'I~ agile agains‘l~ ‘I-he acslrual improvement-s ‘I-hes ge+ Qrom t-heir implernent-ations. The results prove< ‘I-hat agile implemewl-at-ion, on the whole, rlelivers what- or-gani7_a+ions hope Qor. Manage Changing Priorities . l Project Visibility / Improve Team Morale l . Improve Alignment IT/ Business | : / 6 _ 3, Accelerate Time—to—Market ' -N 4:’ Lin | Increase Productivity | — T L in — Simplify Development Process I ' Enhance Software , T V | ' C) . l Reduce Risk Qua Ity / . Enhance Software Maintainability I l The slat-a revealerl a strong ciiagonal . _‘ ¢. omponen+ where ‘l'he points above ‘rhe Manage Distributed Teams l cliagram in<iea‘l'e arllii-ional, perhaps uneXpee+el, impae'l' anzl ‘those below 'l'he line po‘I'en‘l'iall3 reveal gaps befween impor-‘I'anc. e anrl ae‘l'ual improvements. The abili'l'3 1'0 manage ehanging prior-i‘I-ies, 'PPOAU¢. +iVi+3 anl pr-o‘)ec. + visibili'I-3 were ‘I-he ‘top 3 Caeslrors +ha‘I- ra‘I-etl high on both impor+anee anzl aurual improvement-s Aelivererl. ‘ II 2014, Versi<)/ nE35e$l| r9/Nll%g'hltsEREg/ 'eg 8 ii V Wm EM? ’ / ersionOrie is a registered trademark and State of Agile is a trademark of VersionOne Inc
  12. 12. State of Agile Benefits Obtained from Implementing Agile 8 ANNUAL STATE OF AGILE” SURVEY ACTUAL IMPROVEMENT FROM ADOPTING AGILE METHODOLOGIES (C, on‘l-inueri) Ability to manage changing priorities Increased productivity Improved project visibility Improved team morale Enhanced software quality Reduce risk Faster time—to-market Better alignment between IT & business objectives Simplify development process Improved/ increased engineering discipline Enhanced software maintainability/ extensibility Manage distributed teams FOR BELOW, CATEGORIES ARE: . Got Better - No Benefit I Got Worse Over 1/2 o? respon<len'I-s sail ‘I-ha‘I' ‘I-he ma3ori*l-3, i? not all, % o? ‘I-heir agile proéeets have been suo_eessCu| . Vvfiksierismr Version 1% waits S”-. FP! " 15. 1% Eflfifiaaapae : F!": P:FN OUTSOURCED % DEV PROJECTS 5% o‘? responcleni-s are using, or plan ‘to use, agile met-hotls on out-soureecl. proie¢_‘l-s. (Mot-e2 This is an upciat-e 1-o erroneous <l. a'I-a in ‘the original report, ‘ upciat-ecl June lOl"U. VERSlONONE. COM 9 to 2014, VersionOne, Inc‘ All i ts Reserved, One is a registered trademark and State of Agile is a trademark o ersionOrie Inc.
  13. 13. 80 / N State of Agile . {J Scaling Agile 35;; BEST ‘LESSONS LEARN ED’ Again ‘those who have sui-_o_ess€ullg sealezl agile sail ‘the biggest- sueeess Caef-or when eX‘l-eniiing agile begonrl a single ‘I-eam is ensuring the e§Gor+ has suGQieien+ e><ec_ui-ive sponsorship. Having a ‘training program, eornmon ‘I-ools anA an internal agile suppor+ group were also import-an‘l-. 15% Implement-at-ion o‘? a E’)"Q°'°+‘Vt eommon ‘I-ool sponsorship ‘ix ho s 12% Internal agile suppor+ group ‘L; T SW 1 % c§r: ,{r’et eonsul‘l-ant Full“l-ime agile eoaeh - 5% llo‘l-gt ‘_/ S“ Q ReCerenc. e books VERSIONONE“ - 1o VersionOne is a iegiste ed tizzlemaik aied State of Agile is a tiaclemaik or Veisior-One ‘IVE
  14. 14. 8N State of Agile . . SA1‘_'; $:: |'F @ What Eases Agile Adoption gum‘; at Scale? when OSK1& whack s'Pcc. Cic. ‘H{m3s czxsul o«o'P+ov when suxlins mail: loe_3ov< cx slvxsle i-Cm’ i-es'PovxAe_v+s mos+ Lommonlj AVSuJ£l’&&: Buy—in from technology 6 Collaboration / work a and the business o flow tool Grassroots commitment Continuous 3‘. inside and outside 7, improvement with engineering retrospectives Consistent understanding Good leadership 3. of *what agile is* and its a processes L‘, Pilot groups and 7 Good ScrumMaster 0 knowledge sharing 0 5 Cell division; build one Teams talking to one o successful team and 0 another divide experience Nveksiqisiowg 11 VersionOne is a registered tiademark and State of Agile is a tiademark of / eisionOiie inc
  15. 15. State of Agile Tools 8 ANNUAL STATE OF AGILE” SURVEY AGILE TOOL USES & PREFERENCES New-I3 all i~es’Pov<lev‘l's used Bus Tr-otekers and TQSKbOQrA$- This eoJ- we krxve seen ‘Hxe lo35es‘l- v'e. i-eo. se in ‘Hue use or- ’PloJve< use 0? Asile -Pr~o]eo. + WoJ: x5emev'l' ‘Pools (‘(7% Are e. urr~ev‘l-J usivxfi omzl ‘S70 uuoukl like +0 use Hxem). Bug trackers Automated build tool Wikis Unit test tool Spreadsheets Taskboards Agile project management too Continuous integration too Release management too Requirements management too Story mapping Traditional project management too Index cards Automated acceptance test too Kanban board Refactoring too Ideas management too PPM tool ‘y VERSIONONE” Ag i. mi-1:: Easier . Currently Use u Plan to Use Q Would Like to Use D Do Not Need SEEI 6% @r> 533%. 7% 533%-M: G33 film 394.3% 26% 7% 613% TREE: W3 Wm- €543 mam: G23 mafi- 4% BEBE: 43% 4IlI5@B§— 12% VERS| ONONE. COM 1:; 2014, VersionOne, lnc All Rights Reserved 1 2 / ersionOrie is a registered trademark and State of Agile is a trademark of VersionOne Inc
  16. 16. State of Agile Tools 8‘l ANNUAL STATE OF AGILE” SURVEY SPECIFIC AGILE TOOLS USED The mc>s+ eommonl use& ‘tools usetl e. on'Hnue +0 be s'l'on<lo. r-<l oCCc. e f'O&U¢. 'l"Vl+ ‘Fools sueh as Zxeel (6670), Collowetl ha s'pec_oJ7_e& ‘tools like lY1c. r-oso€+ ‘Pr-c>‘)ec_'l-, Uer-s‘ton0ne : xn<l A*l-lo. ss1an/ Jl A. Over ‘l-he lcxs*l- 1 ears we've seen ‘l-he lo‘i35es*l- variance ‘tn +he use 09 We. ro5!>€+ TVS cxntl Iers‘tc>n0ne <u’I> 6% Nu‘. up 5%, r~es’Pee‘Hvel3) cxntl in the <eu-eotse<l use 0? homesr-own ‘l-ools Qoum 5%). A number 0? ‘l-ools ou+s<le 1-he survej ehoiees were also o_+e: l, ‘incJu<.1n5 A31le€: .n+, Foabusz, W: xn‘l~‘ts, Ralmlne, Tr-om. cxnrl Trello. *Responte= .n+s were Mule +0 selee+ r~nul+1'Ple O'P+0nS. Excel Microsoft Project VersionOne JIRA/ Greenhopper Microsoft TFS HP Quality Center Bugzilla Google Docs Vendor Y* | n—House/ Homegrown Rational IBM ClearCase Pivotal Tracker IBM Rational Team Concert LeanKit Vendor X* ThoughtWorks Mingle XPlanner Target Process CA Agile Vision .4/C in 4:c“. =L * lJo+eI 'l>r~e/ iouslj venclors "X" omcl "Y" rec1ues+e: l no+ +0 be zlen‘HCiec in the S+o. +e 0? Agile Dev $ul'V¢3. VVER5'QNQNF“ VERS| ONONE. COM ti 20l4 Versioriorie inc All Rights Reseived / ersioPOrie is a iegisteied tiademark and State of Agile is a tiademaik of / eisionOiie int 13
  17. 17. 80 State of Agile ANNUAL STATE OF l S AGILE” SURVEY SATISFACTION W"-H TOOL CHOKE Percent of Users 1Z: §§IlZ2+Z°J: ‘Z’ iii; aim Who Would Recommend +he woulti reeovnvnencl ‘l'he ‘l'o s) ‘l'heD owi-e usina lootsei on -I-heir 'Po. s+ or 'Presen'l' use. 0? VersionOne +he ‘Fools evcxluocl-ezi in ‘the survej, Vgrsionong I10‘; 1-ha i, ‘.5t¢5+ Atlassian/ JIRA/ Greenhopper 87% soul-isCot¢. +ion r-ocl'e oi? o. n o'l-her +ool evnxluoclrezl. (73%), §olPowecl B3 Vendor Y* A‘I-lotssiotn/ JIRA/ Gr-eenho'P er _ (57%), An<l }en<or- Y (554). The Lea“'<" 84% I st A it + ols ; TW; :ji1’; ",; “f5“, jM“; a,a: ’f; ‘M1 Target Process — 83% lE)lV C, leo. rC, <.se. The bi55es+ Microsoft TFS eotr-‘over-'jecr ehexnses were! an Z ‘‘= ”“** ‘“ W “°'"‘e' °‘ Google Docs — 79% r-es'Pon<en‘I-s who r-ec_ovvtrnen< Le<xnKi+ Qrom 71% in loll) Pivotal Tracker ixnri ex 770 inu-eotse in the number- who mommeni Tws= + Mess Bugzilla — 68% (53% Cr-om 7170 in lOD. ). Vendor X* N IBM Rational Team Concert 71% ThoughtWorks Mingle ‘ HP Quality Center 66% CA Agile Vision l 65% Em — 64% Rational Microsoft Project ln—House/ Homegrown other — 50% IBM ClearCase 48% X'°'anner — 47% T llo+e2 Freviouslj ventiors "X" ¢xn<i "Y" r-eques‘l'e<l no'l' ‘to he i<en‘l'iCie<l in ‘lrhe S‘l'ocl'e o? A3ile Dev Survej. NVERSIQNONE“ 14 "Um VersionOne is a registered tiademark and State of Agile is a trademark of VeisionOiie Int

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