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Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Algorithm for Sprint Burn Down Extrapolation

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  • Hubert Smits
    Just like Ron I d be interested to learn more about your approach. I don t understand how looking at more then one week gives you information about successful
    Message 1 of 11 , Jan 3, 2006
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      Just like Ron I'd be interested to learn more about your approach. I
      don't understand how looking at more then one week gives you
      information about successful completion of a sprint/iteration. But
      then, where Ron is stubborn, I am Dutch so that may explain it :-)

      --Hubert



      On 1/2/06, Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@...> wrote:
      > On Monday, January 2, 2006, at 8:52:01 AM, Jason Almeter wrote:
      >
      > > I like using several projections. We are not running full scrum, so I
      > > usually only have data on a weekly basis. I have projected the burn
      > > down with one week, two week, one month, and one quarter of data. All
      > > of these on a plot together help call out changes in the burn rate.
      > > One of my recent victories was getting a team to see that we were in
      > > trouble and then watching them brutally cut scope until we were back
      > > on track.
      >
      > Well, in a quarter, you should be done. ;->
      >
      > I'd be interested to see one of your charts to get a sense of what
      > they look like and how they call out changes in the burn rate.
      >
      > I'd also be interested in understanding why there are substantial
      > changes in the burn rate ...
      >
      > Ron Jeffries
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      > Perhaps this Silver Bullet will tell you who I am ...
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