Agile For Executives Toolkit

The Executive's Role in Agile Transformation

Forrester reports that nearly half of all IT teams are using some Agile methods, but most are ad-hoc experiments that have no impact outside the team. When executives help lead their adoption, Agile and Lean practices are proven to speed project delivery by 50% and produce 25% productivity gains in their organizations.

Start with Agile Adoption Trends for 2010 to understand the near-term implications for technology executives. Hear how other executives explain the need for Agile transformation to their companies with Executive Experience Reports. Then explore your role as an executive in Establishing a Strategic Decision Framework and 5-Levels of Agile Planning.

In May 2008, Rally Software commissioned third-party research firm QSM Associates (QSMA) to assess the performance of Agile development projects against plan-based or waterfall industry averages...

This paper evaluates agile practices when applied in multi-team and multi-person-year projects. It does so through inspection of the requirements brought on by scaling projects, and applying basic...

The proof is now in, and it shows that implementing agile is the best way to get critical, revenue-generating applications to market faster and at a lower cost. How much money and how many jobs...

Rally Software commissioned research firm QSM Associates to benchmark 29 Agile development projects against their database of 7,500 software projects. The Agile Impact Report describes why...

Adoption trends and their implication for your company....

Execs share their justifications for Agile transformations....

Help everyone align plans and daily work with strategy....

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