All New Projects Are Using Scrum. Really???

3 05 2013

There seems to be a general consensus on the web that the Agile approach, and more specifically the Scrum framework, has been now adopted by the majority of software development projects.

However, a recent study of the Methods & Tools software development magazine published on Project Management Planet shows that a “pure” Agile approach is used by less than 40% of the respondents. A lot of companies are still mixing Agile with more traditional practices or using the Project Management Institute (PMI) vision of project management for their software development projects. There is even a small minority (13%) that don’t see the need to have a project management methodology for theirs projects.

You can read the complete results and analysis of this survey on http://www.projectmanagementplanet.com/scrum-still-a-minority-in-software-project-management/

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