According to The Standish Group’s, “CHAOS Summary 2009” report, 68% of all software projects have failed. The software projects faced with the danger of failure throughout their lifecycle due to improper usage of resources, wrong prioritization and misunderstanding of customer requirements. Thus, many companies in USA and Europe have embraced Agile software development methodologies to overcome the problems they faced so far.
The success rate of the projects has grown up to %80 by using Agile methodologies while increasing;
– ability to respond to change request,
– product quality,
– speed of time-to-market.
Agile methodologies are accepted as the fastest and the safest approaches among the software development methodologies and are currently adopted by many small and large companies around the world.
Agile Software Development processes has different ways but same philosophy. One of the most popular and efficient one of them is Scrum. Scrum is a framework which has very few, simple rules, is a great tool for managing complex processes. Over 80% of Agile teams use Scrum for project management worldwide.
Agile is a whole with processes and practices as two pillars of Toyota Production System(TPS); Just in Time, Autonomation. Agile practices like Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous Integration, Refactoring and Test Automation have massive impact in success of a project from the Agility perspective.