PMI-Montréal project management blog

The Use of Agile Methods on Large Projects in Large Organizations

Author : Yvan Petit and Brian Hobbs

Research Project

  • Investigation of the use of agile methods on large projects in large organizations.
  • Carried out by Yvan Petit and Brian Hobbs, professors with the University of Quebec at Montreal School of Management’s Project Management Research Chair.
  • Supported by the PMI Sponsored Research Program.
  • Case studies have already been done.
  • Preliminary results were presented at the PMI-Montreal Symposium October 7, 2015.
  • The objective of this survey is to validate and enrich the results of the case studies.
  • This research project has an ethics certificate issued by the university. All the data collected will therefore remain anonymous and confidential.

Please complete this survey if you.

  • Work in an organization with more than 2 000 employees,
  • That uses agile methods to execute software projects with three development teams or more.

If you complete the survey and you wish to receive a report, please provide your e-mail address at the end of the questionnaire.

Completing the survey should take you about 15 minutes.

Access the survey here.