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159172Re: [XP] List of metrics for Agile-inspired requirements engineering

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  • Steven Gordon
    Aug 22, 2014
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      Agile is about facilitating each individual team to adapt to its particular context.  Furthermore, each context varies over time due to not only changes in market forces, regulations, corporate politics, etc., but also dues to the impact of delivered value, feedback, improvements and learning.

      Therefore, the metrics that are pertinent to each team will change over time as well.  Picking any static set of metrics will never be Agile.

      Sorry, accepting Agile means accepting that there are no silver bullets.  The only things that always apply are very general, high-level patterns - nothing specific.

      Steven Gordon, PhD

      On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 3:09 PM, kalyan.abhi@... [extremeprogramming] <extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

      Hello ,

      can anyone suggest metrics and measurements that actually contribute to the requirements process flow in agile development methodologies? 


      As a part of my Master Thesis I conducted research to find the metrics and measurements for agile inspired requirements engineering through Systematic Literature review and found list of metrics that contributes to the requirements flow.

      But still some of the metrics listed cant be concluded as efficient due to lack of evidence 

      So, If any one use any of the metrics listed in survey, it would be grateful if you can share your experiences with the respective metrics.

      You can check the identified list of metrics in the following survey link, it would be really grateful if you could fill in the survey as i am trying to find evidence for most appropriate set of metrics. 

      Metrics and Measurements for agile/lean-inspired requirements engineering Survey

      Metrics and Measurements for agile/lean-inspired requirements engineering Survey
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