Agile Indicators: Start with Questions!
Outline/Structure of the Workshop/Game
- The problem with metrics
- Why do some love metrics and others hate them?
- Why do we need metrics?
- A different perspective
- What are Agile Indicators?
- Are we going in the right direction?
- How fast are we going?
- Start with Questions
- Staying Curious!
- Understand the difference between the learner mindset vs. the judger mindset
- Adopt a curious/learners mindset using choice maps
- Identify the Agile indicators to help your teams learn and grow
Product Managers, Product Owners, Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, Project Managers, Managers, Leaders, Agile team members
Prerequisites for Attendees
schedule Submitted 11 months ago
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