Introduction to Comparative Agile Measurement System (CAMS)
In its early years Agile was closely associated with small software development teams working in the same room. In 2006 Agile was mainly adopted by companies of up to 20 people in size, and five years later half of all Agile adopters globally were already mid-to large organizations. According to the 2011 State of Agile Development Survey by VersionOne, 60% of companies already use Agile on half of their corporate projects and 27% - on 76% to 100% of their projects. With such an increasing popularity of Agile practices and a rapidly changing Agile environment, having an entire team in the same room or even in the same building is a luxury that not many companies can afford.