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The full results for the How Agile Are You? 2010 Survey are available online free of charge.

My newsletter 2010 IT Project Success Rates summarizes results from three recent industry surveys which explored success rates within the IT industry.

The Criteria for Determining Whether a Team is Agile explores the five criteria described in this article in greater detail.

My blog posting Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) describes DAD which extends Scrum with proven strategies from lean software development, Extreme Programming, Agile Modeling, and Unified Process.

The July 2008 Agile Practices and Principles Survey explored the adoption rate and effectiveness of common agile practices.

My paper Introduction to the Agile Scaling Model summarizes the ASM framework which provides advice for scaling agile strategies to meet the unique needs of your project.

The Surveys Exploring the Current State of Information Technology Practices page links to the results of all the surveys which I've run over the years.

My Agility@Scale blog discusses strategies for adopting and applying agile strategies in the complex environments.

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