Many organizations struggle to measure, control, and manage agility in a manner of continuous improvement. Therefore, we draw on Design Science Research to develop and test a tool for Continuously Assessing and Improving Agile Practices (CAIAP). CAIAP helps agile practitioners to monitor the alignment of “as is” agile practices on individual, team levels with the overall agile strategy of the organization. To develop CAIAP, we first empirically gather requirements, draw on the ICAP framework to base the tool development on a solid conceptual and theoretical basis. CAIAP helps agile practitioners to constantly monitor their agile practices on individual and team levels and to identify areas for improvement to gain greater organizational agility. To researchers, CAIAP helps to make the unit of analysis of agile work explainable, predictable and helps researchers to guide their own empirical research as well as serve as a basis for designing further tool support.
Greineder, Michael; Blohm, Ivo; and Engel, Christian, "DESIGN AND EVALUATING A TOOL FOR CONTINUOUSLY ASSESSING AND IMPROVING AGILE PRACTICES FOR INCREASED ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY" (2022). ECIS 2022 Research Papers. 148.
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