What Kinds of Benefits Do People See When They Go Agile?

VersionOne's "State of Agile" Survey (9th Edition) lists a number of benefits as a result of a transition to Agile including the ability to manage changing priorities, increased team productivity, improved project visibility, increased team morale/motivation, better delivery predictability, enhanced software quality, faster time to market, reduced project risk, and the ability to manage remote teams.

These benefits can be quantified. The benefits that I have directly experienced through my work with organizations (after the first year of the transition) include:

  • Increased visibility and predictability of development projects through common “done”-based reporting.
  • Reduction in end-user defects by 50%.
  • Employee satisfaction at 78% in the new approach.
  • Increased throughput by 1.5X (average, all teams).
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