Evaluating Agile, Engineering, and Team Capability

Sometimes it is good to know the situation you are getting yourself into.

—Mario Moreira

When starting an Agile deployment effort, it is advantageous to know your starting point. Otherwise, it will be hard to measure how far you have come. This is why I am a fan of baselining the current situation. By this, I mean evaluating the current level of agility, engineering, and team capability. As part of the RICH readiness and deployment model, this allows you to know your starting point, information on where you are strong and where you can improve, and input to prepare an adaptive roadmap for achieving ...

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