VersionOne Launches 6th Annual State of Agile Development Survey
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In an ongoing effort to gauge the value of Agile agile development practices, VersionOne, recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile project management tools, is conducting its annual State of Agile Development survey, now in its 6th year. The survey is being distributed to thousands of software and project management professionals around the world and should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Survey participants get access to the data before the results are made public and can be entered to win prizes including an Apple iPad 2 or Amazon gift certificates.
WHY: Over the past five years, more than 14,000 software and project management professionals have participated in the State of Agile Development surveys. Check out last year’s results at www.VersionOne.com/State_of_Agile_Development_survey/10.
Results from this annual survey help us: Gain insight into the status of organizations currently implementing or practicing agile methods Understand organizations’ reasons for adopting agile techniques as well as their concerns surrounding agile adoption Explore barriers to further agility as well as the leading cause of failed development initiatives
WHERE: Participants can complete participate in the survey at www.AgileDevSurvey.com
WHEN: The survey is open now through September 30th.
Participants can have the survey results emailed directly to them by submitting their email address at the end of the survey. By submitting their email address, participants will also be eligible to win one of the participation giveaways to be drawn at the conclusion of the survey. The results will also be available for download from various agile focused websites, including www.VersionOne.com and www.AgileDevSurvey.com .
This survey and the results are COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. If participants choose to submit their email at the end of the survey to obtain the results directly, it will not be associated in any way with individual responses.