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Agile at Scale SIG - What's the urgency index? Power & limit of metrics

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Topic: What's the urgency index? Power & limit of metrics

What is the Urgency Index? The Power and Limits of Agile Metrics

Are you struggling to demonstrate - or drive - better outcomes with the many metrics your agile methodology produces? Sure, adopters of scrum, Kanban, SAFe, or other methodologies get a whole array of measures to analyze: velocity, predictability, cycle time, variability and many (many) more. These metrics can help an organization incrementally improve, focus on the right work, and produce better outcomes - or they can be useless, drive the wrong outcomes, or kill morale. So how do you get it right? The Urgency Index is an example of a new way to look at "agile" metrics - and a reminder that they are only part of the story of success.

Those who join this session will walk away with a new way to tell stories with metrics from team to enterprise level. We've got this! This session is fun and interactive and always includes lots of engagement and participation. It's not a lecture, it's a discovery session.

Speaker: Travis Bjorklund

As an enterprise transformation guy, I use lean-agile principles, tools, and practices to build high-performing teams, programs, and portfolios at top banks, health care giants, manufacturers of every day consumer products, and hospitality leaders. I'm a team builder, a systems thinker, a devops enthusiast, and a change agent. Recently, I've specialized in leading teams of agile coaches to drive measurable business improvements for my clients - both Fortune 50 enterprises and small businesses. I also likes to take photographs.

Agile at Scale SIG Info:
Food and Drink will be provided courtesy of Agile Austin.
Seating is limited!

Please make sure that you are able to attend this session. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. We want to give everyone the opportunity to attend, so please only sign up if you are committed to attending.

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