The Agile Journey Index by AgileBill Krebs helps teams learn, adopt, and asses their methodology. The concept is to give you a framework you can modify with your own questions, but to give you a standard or solid start.
The wide scale of one to 10 avoids data clumping together that may hide nuances. Like wide-band delphi, we want to spread the responses out.
Each score has specific criteria, and is given in a certain order. You have to do the basics before getting credit for advanced scores.
To get the top score, you have to have both a peer and a coach agree on your adoption of a given practice. Think of it as a thesis defense. This also promotes cross team sharing of process knowledge.
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