Adoption of Agile Methods by Software Development teams has increased dramatically in the last few years and there is a felt need to determine and adopt meaningful metrics that are
indicators of performance and success
useful in decision-making
required for reporting to various levels of management and stakeholders
necessary to set targets (in terms of value and quality of deliverables) and measure their achievement.
In this workshop we will discuss the basic set of metrics that are aligned to the principles and values expressed in the Agile Manifesto as well as address the measurement needs of project stakeholders.
This one-day workshop has been designed to be interactive with examples, quizzes and exercises.
Overview of Agile Methodology
Types of Metrics
Agile Metrics – Planning and Tracking for decision making
Agile Metrics – Reporting progress and project performance management
Agile Metrics – Quality
Dashboards – Best Practices
Tools to support Metrics Management
Definition and interpretation of Agile metrics that meet the project performance visibility needs of stakeholders and support decision-making by teams as well as all levels of management.
This workshop would be useful for: Project Managers, Product managers, Product Owners, Team leads and Agile practitioners.
Knowledge and experience in Agile Methods would help participants relate better to the topics covered in the workshop.
Maya S, an Software Engineering and Process Consultant, has over 34 years of experience in the software industry and has worked with leading IT organizations including Tata Consultancy Services and IBM, India.
During her thirteen years with IBM, she led the Agile and Quality programs for the product development lab in India. While driving the Agile enablement initiatives, she has conducted numerous workshops on Agile Development methodology in India as well as other Asia-Pacific countries. She has extensive experience in coaching teams to implement and benefit from Agile and Lean techniques and in assessing their practice adoption levels for efficiency and effectiveness.
Maya has also been responsible for a number of process improvement efforts in the organizations she has served and has provided process consultancy to software units in Asia-Pacific, Africa and Europe.