Support Society for Science and Engineering Research (SERSC)
Many software companies are interested in using agile methods in their software projects. Unlike traditional software development methods, agile methods are people-oriented. This fact shows the significant role of individuals in these methods. The increasing prevalence of agile methods forces software companies to consider factors related to people as critical issues in the adoption and transition to agile methods and practices. This article focused on the human aspects of the agile transformation process, conducting a grounded theory study involving 32 agility specialists.