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You have to estimate all three variables together. Estimating one without the other or other two results in an estimate of planning value that is not credible at all. The formula is Duration (days) …
answered Mar 18 '14 by David Espina
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findings as probabilistic, not deterministic. DISCLAIMER: I don't know a thing about SCRUM so control charts may not be applicable, but I am not sure why it wouldn't be. …
answered Jan 6 '15 by David Espina
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There's a lot of untapped knowledge and ideas. Notwithstanding individual personalities, something in your culture is rewarding this specific team to remain quiet. As a facilitator, it's on you to f …
answered Jul 18 '17 by David Espina
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No method guarantees results from a timeliness perspective...or any perspective for that matter, nor does any method offer better timeliness results than another ALL the time under EVERY different sce …
answered Aug 26 '13 by David Espina
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As the saying goes, your team is as strong as your weakest link. A high performing team is about collaboration and communication and a sense of collective success and failure. And an individual who …
answered Apr 18 '12 by David Espina
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All forecasting, no matter the tool, are marginal at best in terms of accuracy. If you are forecasting definitively, a straight line of performance or a single value, then your forecasting will alway …
answered Jun 15 '16 by David Espina
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Draw a line that represents the rolling average over that period, then draw lines that represent upper and lower control limits at 1, 2, and 3 sigma. Then analyze again. Your Y axis goes from zero to …
answered Jan 30 '13 by David Espina
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I'll answer this more generally because I am not an Agile guy. You are hitting on a systemic issue with the concepts of metrics and that is you can end up rewarding and promoting the wrong behavior w …
answered Mar 31 '17 by David Espina
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This question does not have to be agile oriented but rather can be answered in an agnostic way because it affects all methods, products, and industries the same way. The answer is: you cannot ensure …
answered May 26 '17 by David Espina
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The OP does not really describe the context of what was wrong with the estimate or forecasts. By estimate, is the OP talking about a planning value or a probabilistic range. If the former, were the …
answered Jul 12 '15 by David Espina
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This is absolutely answerable and measurable. But it will take some serious effort on your part to gather the data. Build a survey instrument and querey those that do this activity. Control bias in …
answered Mar 8 '12 by David Espina
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At the risk of more down votes: This kind of question leads to a ton of feel good answers for labor. But feel good answers for labor are not necessarily the right answers for leaders and managers. …
answered May 13 '16 by David Espina
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Facilitating a meeting is very different than leading a meeting. One focuses on leading the content of the meeting while the other focuses on the structure of the meeting...the facilitator being the …
answered Jul 10 '15 by David Espina
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You do need to make him aware of the impact of his pontification, and it sounds like he has some awareness now. However, it will not cure the issue. It is a well constructed behavior pattern he has …
answered Jul 24 '14 by David Espina
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I do not know what kind of political hot bed your organization may be in but I would avoid trying to uncover the teams' opinion of an individual member of the team in an open group. I think asking fo …
answered May 21 '18 by David Espina

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