The data is held in Microsoft’s cloud in Australia.
Agile IQ® doesn’t store any personal data about you, your login name or your passwords.
Agile IQ only stores information that you provide in order to do assessments, i.e.:
The information on behaviour you input into Agile IQ® is processed through our proprietary algorithms. This then outputs the strength of Agile Behaviours, including self-organisation, agile values, continuous improvement culture, and sprinting.
Each question has a specific weighting against each of the 4 primary behaviours in Agile IQ® and the 23 influencing behaviours.
The questions represent only input into the Agile IQ®’s behavioural algorithms. The questions chosen for the quick assessment are also random.
To avoid anchoring (a form of cognitive bias) in completing an assessment, it is recommended that assessors:
With these inputs, Agile IQ’s statistical algorithms will then provide insights to trends and where improvements can be made.
Many Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches use the full-baseline assessment as a team survey on their agile practices. A full baseline assessment done using this practice typically takes around 20 minutes to complete.
To share the screen, connect your device to a screen share compatible input device like Apple TV, Google Chromecast, or a TV with screen cast compatible input.
Different questions have a different statistical weighting on different agile behaviours. When you do a quick assessment, only the questions that contribute the highest amount of statistical significance are candidates for selection.