The 2015 State of Scrum Report
Nearly 5,000 individuals and companies worldwide participated in the 2015 State of Scrum survey.
Thank you for sharing your perspectives as part of this important research project! The 2015 State of Scrum Report is live and ready for you to read and share with your colleagues. The survey uncovered findings that not only reflect where Scrum is today but what we can anticipate it will look like tomorrow. These include who is practicing Scrum, how they are practicing it, success levels associated with Scrum, and plans for its continuing use.
Report statistics provide intriguing insights into:
- Participant demographics and organizational background
- The success of Scrum across different industries, functional areas, and regions around the world
- The role of certifications
- Variables that impact Scrum
- The future of Scrum: What are the key insights we can take away from the results, and what is the outlook for Scrum going forward?
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About the Presenters
|Maria Matarelli is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and experienced Agile coach who travels the world helping people discover better ways to work. As president of Formula Ink, Maria travels to consult with businesses and speak at conferences around the world from Vancouver to Morocco, Sweden to New York, Hawaii to Istanbul. Maria is the author of the book Workaholic? and has coauthored three additional books. Maria is passionate about working with people and organizations to inspire agility.
|Harvey Wheaton, Chairman of the Board for Scrum Alliance and Certified Scrum Professional® (CSP®), has a passion for people and teams and has spent his career seeing first hand the highs and lows of software development – both as a software engineer and manager. He has worked in a diverse range of industries with a wide variety of both waterfall and Agile methodologies and he credits the experiences as giving him a strong perspective on the challenges faced by project teams and managers. As well as serving as Chairman of the Board for Scrum Alliance®, Harvey is currently an independent consultant providing coaching, training and support to a variety of organisations, mostly within the video games industry.