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Do other companies do this? Is it considered Agile? Can it show real insight? No. No. No. Why not? Because it's completely pointless. You said you have sprints. I guess they have tickets or stories in them. So you already have an objective measurement how you did. 8 of 10 stories done? 95 of 98 story points finished? There you go. Objective measurement. ...


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Since you ask if this is considered Agile, I'll provide an answer in that direction. And the answer is "most likely no". All the individuals involved (business owners, managers, stakeholders) except the team itself gauge how they felt the team did using a score. If the score is higher, they performed better and produced more, if its lower they didn't. ...


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There is nothing wrong with this type of scoring. This type of customer confidence score is the same general idea as NPS and a multitude of other score. Whether or not it is healthy is largely dependent on how it is used. First, it is important to understand what this score is and is not. It is a satisfaction score. It tells you about the individual's ...


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It sounds like an assessment performed by people outside the team. How do you expect that the score will be received by the team members? What is expected from the team when they receive the score? Is it only a number or will it be accompanied by a motivation (then it could potentially give more insight)? Who will give the score to the team, how is it ...


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