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What Agile maturity assessment models/tools have you used?
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There seems to be an increasing variety of Agile maturity models and assessment tools. What are some that you have used or know about?
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I've never used any of the "off the shelf" ones - leanagileintelligence.com looks like a really interesting one though!

My current client developed their calibration process and tool in house...

Kiron
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
May 29, 2018 6:46 AM
Sante Vergini
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Any reason you didn't use or like the off-the-shelf ones?
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May 29, 2018 6:42 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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I've never used any of the "off the shelf" ones - leanagileintelligence.com looks like a really interesting one though!

My current client developed their calibration process and tool in house...

Kiron
Any reason you didn't use or like the off-the-shelf ones?
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Good topic. I had come across the following through one of my regular sites -
http://www.agilefluency.org/
https://www.crisp.se/gratis-material-och-guider/scrum-checklist
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
May 29, 2018 9:03 PM
Sante Vergini
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Thanks Andrew, actually I was trying to think of agilefluency but forgot the name. Thanks for the reminder.
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Hi Sante,
I have not used Agile model or assessment, Is there any you can recommend so that I can equipped myself with some knowledge about these types tools?
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Hi Aredila, I have looked at Agilityhealth but the issue with them is a proprietary model that requires a fee. I think Agile is pervasive enough to have a general model of Agile maturity assessment that is free (the tool itself I mean, not the practitioner who delivers it). Similar to the one Kiron mentioned above.
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1 reply by Aredila Jackson
May 29, 2018 10:13 PM
Aredila Jackson
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Thanks Sante
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I think a framework for maturity assessment is one thing, but I'm not a fan of canned assessment tools & models as those try to distill an infinite range of complexity into a few choices. If agile is truly about inspect & adapt, then context counts.

Kiron
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
May 29, 2018 9:04 PM
Sante Vergini
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I feel exactly the same way.
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May 29, 2018 6:51 AM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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Good topic. I had come across the following through one of my regular sites -
http://www.agilefluency.org/
https://www.crisp.se/gratis-material-och-guider/scrum-checklist
Thanks Andrew, actually I was trying to think of agilefluency but forgot the name. Thanks for the reminder.
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1 reply by Andrew Craig
May 29, 2018 9:15 PM
Andrew Craig
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Aye, aye :)
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May 29, 2018 10:20 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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I think a framework for maturity assessment is one thing, but I'm not a fan of canned assessment tools & models as those try to distill an infinite range of complexity into a few choices. If agile is truly about inspect & adapt, then context counts.

Kiron
I feel exactly the same way.
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May 29, 2018 9:03 PM
Replying to Sante Vergini
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Thanks Andrew, actually I was trying to think of agilefluency but forgot the name. Thanks for the reminder.
Aye, aye :)
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May 29, 2018 9:11 AM
Replying to Sante Vergini
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Hi Aredila, I have looked at Agilityhealth but the issue with them is a proprietary model that requires a fee. I think Agile is pervasive enough to have a general model of Agile maturity assessment that is free (the tool itself I mean, not the practitioner who delivers it). Similar to the one Kiron mentioned above.
Thanks Sante
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