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Copyright 2017 Scott Ambler + Associates

2017 Agile GovernanceSurvey Results

Scott W. Amblerwww.scottambler.com@scottwambler

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About the Survey

Ran from January 31, 2017 to February 19 2017 under the title “February 2017 Agile Mini-Survey”Survey link included in:www.ambysoft.com/surveys/ pagePosting to Agile and Lean; Disciplined Agile discussion groups on LinkedInTwitter postings via @scottwamblerData, summary, and slides downloadable from www.ambysoft.com/surveys/180 respondents Many questions included an “I don’t know” or N/A option. When processing the data from those questions, we have excluded those answers from the analysis.

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Interesting Findings from the 2017 Agile Governance Survey

78% of respondents reported that their agile teams were being governed in some mannerBut only half of those said their agile teams were governed in a lightweight or agile mannerAgile teams must be governed in an agile mannerTraditional approaches to governing agile teams backfire, producing negative resultsAgile approached to governing agile teams produce positive resultsDeliverables for traditional governance strategies can be easily faked by agile teams (and by traditional teams too) without the risk of being caughtDeliverables for agile governance strategies are difficult to fake in practice

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Does Your Organization Have a Governance Strategy in Place?

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Source: 2017 Agile Governance Survey

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How would you best describe your organization's approach to governing your agile team?

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Source: 2017 Agile Governance Survey

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Comparing Agile and Traditional Approaches to Governing of Agile Teams (Scale: -10 to +10)

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Decreases

Morale

ReducesQuality

Wastes ITInvestment

DecreasesProductivity

Lightweight

Heavyweight

ImprovesProductivity

IncreasesQuality

Promotes WiseIT Investment

ImprovesMorale

Agile

Traditional

Focused onBusiness Value

Not focused onBusiness Value

Source: 2017 Agile Governance Survey

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Got Discipline?

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DisciplinedAgileConsortium.orgDisciplinedAgileDelivery.comScottAmbler.com

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About SA+A

Scott Ambler + Associates (SAA) is a IT management 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.

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