Vasily Savunov
Coach @ ScrumTrek
Moscow

WorkShop: Relative Man-Hour Estimates and Metrics for Prediction in Agile

  • Auditorium: MUSEUM CINEMA HALL
  • Category: Business
  • Level: Skilled
  • Section: Management

Description:

Agile does not like absolute estimates – in hours, Mondays, days. Because in teamwork these units begin to fail, each member of the team gives a different estimate for the same work, and it all finally ends up in an argument like “why did you do it in 4 hours, and not in 3 as promised?” They bring more harm than benefit, and never help improve flexibility, development speed or team spirit. So what estimates should rely on? On manpower requirement and its estimate in relative units. Because the work scope is generally constant. At our small workshop, you will be able to have first-hand experience and make you own conclusions.

About speaker

Vasily Savunov

Coach @ ScrumTrek
Moscow

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Former CTO and department manager at Banki.ru, Timeout, Finam and others. Developer and "Head Teacher" at the school of Scrum masters – Okademy VIP Scrumtrek. Spoke and presented at such conferences and events as Agile Days, Agile Kitchen, Stachka, BIF, Agile Tour, etc. on a number of occasions.

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