“When will it be done?” “How many items will I get in the next release?” “When will all of the items in the backlog be completed?” Those are some of the first questions your customers will ask you once you start working for them.
This hands-on workshop will provide you with the tools you need to answer those questions predictably. In this tutorial, attendees will learn what metrics are necessary for accurate forecasting, how to visualize those metrics in appropriate analytics, how to use those analytics to make reliable forecasts and understand risk, and, finally, how to make meaningful interventions for the overall process improvement.
All participants completing the Applying Metrics for Predictability course will receive a password to attempt the APM assessment. The industry-recognized APM certification requires a minimum passing score of 85%.
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The Applying Metrics for Predictability course is for anyone who has been asked to answer “When Will It Be Done?” or otherwise had to give an estimate for a User Story, Epic, Feature, Project, and/or Release. This includes executives, managers, or team members who want better understanding and transparency into the health and performance of their process. In addition, anyone who currently uses Agile or Lean Methodologies and is interested in improving the overall predictability and efficiency of their current practices will benefit from Applying Metrics for Predictability.