Agile Methods Adoption on Software Development – a Pilot Review


Scientific publications throughout the years describe study cases and experience reports from organizations that have been through the agile adoption process. At the same time, frameworks and generic methods for adoption have also been published intending to obtain some predictability on the steps of this transition. However, when disposing of either generic or specific inputs to help them on their way towards agility, companies do not know how or where to start their changes. This short paper describes the current investigation state of a systematic review that aims to understand better how organizations effectively adopt agile methods, trying to find a correlation between the characteristics of an organization and the way it effectively transitions to agile.

Caio Cestari Silva
São Paulo, Brazil

Alfredo Goldman
São Paulo, Brazil