- Mike Cottmeyer has done a great set of blog posts that summarise the conference. (Message 1 of 55 , May 11, 2009View SourceMike Cottmeyer has done a great set of blog posts that summarise the conference. ( http://www.leadingagile.com/2009/05/lk2009-alan-shalloway-closing-keynote.html Look at the Blog history bottom/right ).
For those who attended, I would be grateful if you could share the one or two nuggets that you took away from the conference. I'm hoping people picked up different things.
A lurker and listener.
- Huh. Thanks for the correction. I could have sworn I learned it was a normal distribution. ... Brian Marick, independent consultant Mostly on agile methodsMessage 55 of 55 , May 16, 2009View SourceHuh. Thanks for the correction. I could have sworn I learned it was a
On May 16, 2009, at 11:35 AM, David J Anderson wrote:
> Be careful talking about distribution and control charts. Control
> charts do not use a normal distribution or the standard deviation
> confidence intervals. They are based on Shewhart's distribution
> developed in the late 1920s based on empirical observation of
> manufacturing activities. The 3 Sigma upper limit in a control chart
> is based on the 3rd confidence interval against Shewhart's
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