- With over 500 survey responses from 39 countries, we feel this survey
provides an excellent benchmark for where the agile movement is at
today and how we are using project management tooling to assist our
This report builds a corporate profile of companies that are following
agile processes today and then uses that profile to analyze how they
are using project management tooling to support various aspects of
their agile processes.
It's rather interesting to see what sorts of tools are being used for version-control, defect/issue/enhancement-tracking (DIET), and project planning & tracking, particularly when some high-profile Agilists would have us believe that (other than version control) Agile should "eschew" such tools.
I don't think the problem is the tools. I think the problem is most of them were/are made and used in a non-agile fashion that didn't have the agile way of working in mind. Now that there are some tools out there which do, it seems they are helpful after all :-)