Autopsy of a Failed Agile Project or Death of a Thousand Cuts by Evan Leybourn





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Published on Apr 8, 2012

It is commonly accepted that at least 60% of all ICT project fail by one or more criteria including; schedule, budget, maintenance & return on investment. While agile projects fare better, with a 40% failure rate, this still implies a large number of failed projects. This presentation will forensically examine a failed agile project with the goal of helping agile project managers avoid similar issues in future.

Issues (and possible resolutions) that will be discussed include; customer engagement, staff skills & capacity, stable environments, low team morale, and scope creep.

Presented by Evan Leybourn, Agile Consultant, Independent


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