Followup on Scrum and Metrics
I had sent out a post earlier about Scrum and Metrics and did get quite a few very good suggestions. So I took them back to the Product Management group. However, they insist they would like to evaluate the Estimated Vs Actuals- which I don't think should be applicable in a scrum mode - but I am a newbee to the scrum world - so I am not sure.
Is there any documentation that could direct me on IF it is a metrics worth calculating ?
From a background perspective :
The Development team provides a high level estimate to the Product Management based on which they would scope each scrum. Now they want to track these vs the Actuals - which I don't have an issue with - just wanted to make sure it is the right thing to measure and not just another check box.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ilja Preuss <it@...> wrote:
>Good, simple approach. :-) I'll try that. Thanks Ilja.
> Scott wrote:
> > So, it seems to me that 1 week sprints and only doing story cards (not
> > task cards) wouldn't work nearly so well because measurement of
> > burndown would be somewhat erratic and slow down the inspection
> > process and therefore the ability to address issues.
> Have you thought about trying smaller stories?
> Cheers, Ilja