Daniel Vacanti, one of the instrumental founders what we know of as the Kanban Method of software development, chats with hosts Colleen Johnson and Andy Cleff about agile metrics, Little's Law, the one metric that matters most, and the one that doesn't matter at all. (Spoiler Alert: It's Size)
Dan also offered our listeners a 20% discount code to get out of the cold and attend Agile US 2018 in Ft. Lauderdale Feb 26-27, 2018. Special Discount Code: AGILEUPRISING20
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In this talk from Agile DC 2017, a yearly conference in Washington DC, James Gifford promotes five metrics: lead time, quality, happiness, agile maturity, and business value.
Focusing on these five metric areas as a diagnostic tool helps teams grow.
Coaching teams to harness data in a positive way also creates a culture of Continuous Improvement.
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