Business Complexity Points - A framework for normalizing software complexity and reaching consensus on requirementsFelipe Rubim
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What if you had a framework for building the right things better and faster?
We know scope management issues in software projects always have the potential to impact business outcomes and also severely damage a good rapport with stakeholders. The majority of challenges in scope management are consequences of inefficient communication, poor management of expectations and weak scope assumptions to support estimates & planning and, consequently, negotiations with clients.
Although this is not exclusive to agile projects, it has always been vigorously debated within the global Agile Community. In order to support fair agreements, effective planning and the delivery of better solutions without giving up the agile mindset, people have always been eager for better ways to understand and reach consensus on business requirements and scope in agile projects.
In this session, I’ll share a technique we've developed to normalize scope and requirements comprehension. It has been proven effective not just to overcome all those challenges but also to determine software size in terms of functional complexity and enable a data-driven foundation for continuous improvement. We’ll share details of this framework including: how it was conceived, why its useful to address such challenges, how it works and how to apply it. See real case examples where the method has been successfully applied as well as further benefits such as support for estimates and the foundation for data-driven performance demonstration and continuous improvement. Finally, we’ll invite you to engage and support this framework.