Process Framework Survey Results: January 2008
|This survey was performed in mid January and there was 339 respondents. The survey was announced in the blog of Jon Erickson, the Dr. Dobb's Journal editor, and in an email to the DDJ readership.||
The results of the survey are summarized in my February through April 2008 newsletters, Agile CMMI? , How Effective are Process Frameworks?, and Repeatable Results over Repeatable Processes respectively.
Some findings include:
127 respondents indicated that their organizations were doing agile projects
13 (10%) indicated that they were exclusively doing CMMI-compliant agile projects (see Figure 1)
57 (45%) said they were exclusively doing non-CMMI agile projects (see Figure 1)
57 (45%) said that their organization had both CMMI compliant and non-CMMI projects (see Figure 1)
Figure 1. Rate at which Agile is being applied within CMMI environments.
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