A survey of the Scrum Alliance’s 400,000+ member group reports that 70% of Agile teams sense a tension between their departments and other departments in the company. The reason? Agile teams move at faster speeds and use different markers to record progress, often putting Agile teams and others at odds.
This kind of disjunction between Agile teams and their colleagues is one example of a common “Agile Fail.” But there are many fixable reasons that Agile projects are not successful. So, what are they?
Most of these Agile fails hinge on improper Agile implementation, leading to inefficiency, and, ultimately, disenchantment with the methodology. Things don’t have to be this way, however. Ciklum’s Process Consulting can help your newly-formed or newly-expanded development team work out any Agile-related complications. Contact us to get help on implementing a structured action plan, streamline Agile-based delivery processes, and track project completion in real time.