Agile Metrics: Elevate Team Agility with Scrum Reporting

Udemy Agile Metrics: Elevate Team Agility with Scrum Reporting

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Measure What Matters and Derive Meaningful Insights: Learn Agile Project Management Metrics & Improve Business Agility

What you'll learn
  • Learn popular Agile metrics such as Sprint Burndown, Sprint BurnUp, Release Burndown, Release BurnUp, Velocity Chart, Predictability Ratio, and more...
  • Learn outcome-based Agile metrics such as Business Value Delivered, Team's Happiness Index, and more...

  • Fundamentals of the Agile Scrum Framework

Agile metrics provide meaningful insights and actionable steps to drive continuous improvement. Learn the most popular Agile Scrum metrics with the help of different examples and data patterns. This course also covers significant outcome-based metrics that lead to increased team agility and faster time to market.

At the end of this course, you will be able to talk confidently about the below metrics:
  • Sprint Burndown Chart
  • Sprint BurnUp Chart
  • Release Burndown Chart
  • Release BurnUp Chart
  • Velocity Chart
  • Predictability (Say/Do)
  • Escaped Defects
  • Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD)
  • Outcome-Based Agile Metrics
    • Business Value Delivery
    • Sustainability or Team Happiness Index
    • Sprint Goal Success Rate
    • Productivity or Average Lead/Cycle Time
    • Predictability or Say/Do Ratio
    • Escaped Defects
    • Sprint Retrospectives Feedback

Pre-requisite: Agile Scrum Fundamentals

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Who this course is for:
  • Release Train Engineers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Product Owners
  • Product Managers
  • Lean-Agile Leaders
  • Entrepreneurs curious to learn about Agile metrics
  • Engineers who want to learn about Agile metrics
  • Analysts curious to learn about Agile metrics
  • Scrum Practitioners who want to learn about Agile metrics
  • Lean Experts
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