Agile Maturity Model
Our advice is to use an empirical approach, by inspecting and adapting along the way.
Why a Maturity Model
- It is based on reccurring patterns we have observed, but is not created to be perfect
- It does not reflect the context of your company
- It is unaware of the history you bring along
- There are many paths towards maturity, so there is no such thing as a single path
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The Maturity Model
The Maturity Model describes how 4 important leadership roles in an Agile organization typically mature. While the Scrum teams gain more maturity, the role of the traditional manager gradually changes into an Agile Leader.
Each of the question marks in the model represents a few characteristics of the role at the corresponding Maturity Level.
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