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Good metrics can help a team continuously improve and deliver consistently, while poor metrics can create a culture of fear; this video shows how to measure Agile teams effectively and help create an environment that maximizes value and learning.Overview
Finding the right balance of metrics for your Agile teams can significantly help your continuous improvement efforts, forecasting, and risk management on software development projects. Instilling curiosity about performance data—instead of dreading arbitrary performance goals—is the best way to promote a culture of continuous improvement. This video will guide you through how best to incorporate metrics into your teams and organizations to diagnose issues, unearth trends, predict issues, and apply historical results to prescribe preventative actions. You will also learn multiple techniques and approaches for creating data visualizations that make your metric reporting clear and impactful.About the Instructor
Tommy Norman (CSM, A-CSM, CSPO, CSP, CTC, CEC, CAL, PSM, SAFe Agilist, Microsoft MVP) is the Chief Agility Officer at Acklen Avenue, a custom software development shop in Nashville, TN. With an IT career spanning almost 30 years, he has been helping organizations of all sizes and shapes build great software with a practical approach in a multitude of roles. He has worked deeply with the Agile community as the coordinator of the Agile Nashville user group, founder of the Music City Agile conference, as well as a frequent local and international speaker.Learn How To
Define a metric in a way to best observe and influence team behavior and avoid unwanted side effects.
Effectively use standard deviation, thresholds, and boundaries to better understand your data trends and better identify potential risks.
Understand the four types of data analytics (informative, diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive) to get the most out of your metrics.
Build and use a balanced metrics dashboard to create a culture of continuous improvement that maximizes value and learning.
Create and define metrics that will influence team behaviors that maximize value and learning.
Use metrics more effectively by incorporating the four types of data analytics: informative, diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive.
Create a balanced dashboard that can offer critical insights into how your teams are performing, feeling, and producing.
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