If you missed any of the posts this week or want to read them again, here is a quick summary.
Monday: What KPIs should you be tracking?
Whenever you start a new project, it is extremely important to track its progress.
Sure, you can just go with the plan and hope for the best, but we all know that doesn’t work.
Tuesday: Why do we even use KPIs?
Do we just track KPIs in an attempt to be like Big Brother from the 1984 book of George Orwell?
NO, of course not. If we don’t measure what we do, it is like driving with our eyes closed.
Wednesday: Why are story points about time
It is impossible to escape the wheels of time…
It doesn’t matter whatever type of estimation we use. T-shirt size. Story Points. In the end a year has 365 days, a week is 7 days and a day 24 hours.
Thursday: Who should use story points
One of the biggest pitfalls of any agile transformation is to make story points the center piece for long term planning. Even worse, when companies try to standardize velocity across teams for the sake of long term planning.
Friday: How to produce useful team reports
Simple reports provide a lot of information without being overwhelming.You can quickly inspect and adapt your approach to provide the best value you can to your stakeholders.