Re: Anyone have stats on attrition rates after agile adoption?
--- In email@example.com, Stan Rifkin <sr@...> wrote:
>Many of those in this
> discussion group will likely violently object to looking at process
> improvement and comparing it to the adoption of agile practices.
What an unexpected assumption! What's the basis for it?
- They aren't definitive numbers, but Pete Deemer and Gabrielle
Benefield's great summary of Scrum at Yahoo! Concludes with a couple
of stats that indicate happier and therefore lower attrition amongst
"85% of team-members stated that they would continue using Scrum if
the decision were solely up to them."
"Team Morale: 52% of respondents reported Scrum is better or much
better; 9% reported Scrum is worse or much worse; 39% reported Scrum
is about the same."
I hope that helps a little.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "michele_sliger"
> Hi all,
> I've looked high and low and can not find any statistical studies done
> on attrition rates of established agile teams. I've found plenty of
> anecdotal evidence, but nothing from a study. Has anyone seen any
> definitive numbers anywhere?