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Agile Transformation

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on July 27, 2009 at 9:35:53 am

This page is a collection of files or page links that relate to how Agile principles and practices are adopted and implemented.  Once you have decided that Agile is right for you, the information in this page helps you answer the question 'how do I and my team get to the point where we are successfully practicing Agile?'


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There is no one right way to choose which practices and processes are right for you, nor is there one right way to get to the point where you are successfully practicing Agile.  Here are several different strategies that teams have found effective:

  • Readiness assessments:  These are ways to help you determine where you and your team are today.  Readiness assessments are excellent starting points.
  • Maturity models:  These are defined stages for moving you, your team, and your organization along a defined route and successive expertise in practicing Agile.
  • Agile fundamentals:  Agile practices and processes are based on several values, principles, and individual mindsets.  You will find that teams that are successful with Agile development share these attributes.
  • Agile adoption patterns: This technique describes Agile practices (smaller granularity such as stand up meeting, iteration, test-first development) instead of processes (Scrum, eXtreme Programming) and helps you determine which practices are relevent to your context.  This is a tailored approach based on your organization's current business values and pains.


Sub-sections: (I'm not quite sure these fit here - Amr Elssamadisy)

          3.1.1 Agile for Non-IT projects

          3.1.2 Agile for Large Projects

          3.1.3 Agile in Non-Agile Organizations


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