Measuring the success of Lean and Agile projects: Are cost, time, scope and quality equally important?
This study presents the results of a survey conducted among managers from organizations that use Agile/Lean methodology for new product development. The study focused on the way these organizations measure the success of their projects. We found that most of the Agile/Lean projects failed to achieve the top criterion their organizations selected to evaluate the project success. We propose some tools designed to increase the probability of success based on the criteria selected by Lean and Agile project managers.