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Metrics

Posts related to metrics to be used in agile environments

During the last weeks I read quite a lot about portfolio management and proper ways to include economics in our decisions. With this post I summarize some of my key learnings so far (most impressions I got from the great source...
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Based on my previous post where I explained how you can apply Little’s Law for Release Planning this post describes how to add a necessary buffer to consider that project delivery rates follow a fairly predictable S-Curve and that Little’s law...
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I’m currently reading the advanced ScrumBan book Scrumban [R]Evolution – Getting the most out of Agile, Scrum and Lean, Kanban by Ajay Reddy and found a nice extension of Little’s Law that I would like to share with this post. A...
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With this post I share with you a template for creating a simple Release Burndown Chart. The chart was originally described by Mike Cohn as the alternative release burn down and shows some additional information in comparison to the default burn down...
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With this post I share my slides about agile metrics that I presented originally at the Management 3.0 regular table in Munich. As I’m currently preparing a more detailed workshop about agile metrics I share parts of it during my...
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I just finished reading the awesome book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability by Daniel S. Vacanti. For me a must read to get a deep insight in metrics for agile environments. With this blog post I summarize my highlights and key learnings....
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