Posts tagged with: metrics

Cost of Delay – a key economic metric

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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Cost of Delay and how to find the best sequence for feature development

After reading Principles of Product Development Flow I started implementing a small tool to calculate a proper development sequence for features based on given cost of delay and duration for features. This post marks a start in a series of posts regarding...
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9 major learning areas on my agile path in 2015 – a fast overview about 57 posts I wrote this year

What an amazing journey along my agile path in 2015. Time to shortly recap the most important steps. Clustered in the topics: RecruitingThe role of an agile coachScrumban and Scrum 3.0Agile metricsWorking in a team of agile coachesRetrospectivesComplexityAwesome workshop experiencesReading...
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5 must read books for agile coaches + 7 next books on my reading list

With this post I’ll share some of my recently read books, link to some of my summaries and provide an overview on upcoming ones. Maybe you can add your current favorites to help me discovering and filling my reading queue...
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Release planning using a great extension of Little’s Law (found during reading the Scrumban Revolution)

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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Agile Metrics – Why, What to consider, Examples and a checklist for your metrics

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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Time to abandon Scrum sprints? 14+7 arguments for your next steps towards agility

Starting with Scrum back in 2008 I was a strong believer in the concept of using sprints. It provided a nice frame for starter teams, ensured regular feedback cycles and was a key to remove old delivery and product building...
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