Agile Maturity Model

Lot of times, my customers ask me for a Agile maturity model, which they can use. Intent mostly here is to provide consistency in execution and pre-defined structure which enables all of their projects to deliver timely and adapt to changing business conditions.

Agile Maturity Model

Though lot of them are readily available on internet but rather than making them as phases, I prefer it to be continuous improvement steps, which enables process visibility and sets clear vision.The ultimate aim of organization is to improve, with Reduced cycle time Reduced defects Increased predictability The ability to sustain the pace Risk management I believe that using this maturity model can help you achieve all of these outcomes, obviously with more inputs from readers, we can make it better. Level 1 company does not have defined agile software development process. The main problems at this level relate to over- times, schedule slips, communication, software quality and development cost. These companies operate in their own unique way and depend on particular people rather than whole team Level 2 - Level 3 - Level 4 - Level 5 - Though above model will help you achieve all the outcomes and follow processes but do remember that Deming's principle of Plan-Do-Check-Act is very important to not only take corrective measures but also refine the model


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