In Agile development, we hold delivering value to the customer as our highest priority. Shouldn’t the metrics we use to steer projects and improve performance be held to the same standard? Used effectively, the right metrics can play a significant role in helping team members, managers, and senior leadership achieve projects and Agile transformation goals.
In this interactive workshop, we’ll explore answers to the questions: Who are the ‘customers’ for Agile metrics in an organization?
How do we identify the metrics that provide the most value? Which metrics have the most potential for misuse? What are some of the common pitfalls to avoid?
What are some powerful but often overlooked metrics? In addition, we’ll discuss some lesser known but extremely useful metrics and a simple technique to get the most value out of the metrics you do use.
Jay Packlick – Agile Coach with Improving Enterprises
Jay spent over twenty years building systems before he turned his attentions to helping others build theirs. Today he's a coach, mentor, and trainer with over a decade of experience helping executives, managers, Scrum Masters, and teams in enterprises such as Travelocity, American Airlines, and Sabre Airline Solutions solve the tough problems of transitioning to an Agile way of being. Jay's passionate about meeting the needs of leaders who are often overlooked in the rush to 'adopt Agile' and leads the Dallas Agile Leadership Network.