State of Scrum Report Released
For Immediate Release:
6/24/2013 12:00:00 AM
Indianapolis, IN (June 24, 2013) — Scrum Alliance, a global professional society representing those interested in Scrum, announces the release of, “The State of Scrum: Benchmarks and Guidelines” report. This industry report is based on input from almost 500 business professionals in over 70 countries. The report was developed in conjunction with Projects@Work.com and ProjectManagement.com.
Key findings from the report include the observation that Scrum is growing rapidly, not only in Software Development, but in industries far beyond. In addition, the responses indicate that Scrum is positioned to help businesses tailor their efforts for the “Age of the Customer.” The report reveals that the leading reason organizations are using Scrum is to deliver business value to their customers.
“The State of Scrum report is our first global study which looks at who is using Scrum and how they are practicing Scrum. The report provides a lot of statistics and an interesting outlook for Scrum moving forward,” said Carol McEwan, Managing Director of the Scrum Alliance.
To download the full report, visit: www.scrumalliance.org/why-scrum/resources
About the Scrum Alliance
As a global professional society, Scrum Alliance is committed to advocacy, community, and education for Scrum practitioners. Members include over 200,000 Scrum practitioners, trainers, and coaches around the world. Scrum Alliance operates as a non-profit organization with a vision to transform the world of work. Visit www.scrumalliance.org
for more information.
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Carol McEwan, Managing Director