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How to calculate Schedule Variance in Scrum with story points?
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Not sure how much I agree with the other answers, However If you trying to predict and end date and you are using Jira, have a look at the epic report.

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We have a velocity of zero
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Don't re-estimate the story points which have fallen out of the previous sprint, you're telling the team their commitment and points are not important and undermining the process. You need to get to ...

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Estimating when my project will be done
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Work out the average from your reliable sprints, try to remove outliers. Divide the 150/avg velocity Consider the uncertainty, ie does the team get disrupted, resources moved in or out. Based on ...

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Can you change the end date of a sprint?
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Positives: - You get the work done a day or two earlier - Burn down looks good Negatives: - Your velocity means nothing, due to the timescales being variable - Your team have not met there commitment ...

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Which is a best suitable agile methodology for ongoing products?
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A good starting point is Scrum and then adapt from there onwards. As long as you hold good retrospectives and follow through on issues raised you will find your feet. Don't be afraid to adapt change ...

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How should be the pricing using agile?
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Option 1 Educate the client that they will be buying sprints as opposed to products. They will be given full visibility of work done in a sprint via reviews, sprint boards, and regular releases. The ...

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Jira Project vs Epics vs Categories
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Hierarchy in your question is correct. You should use it the way it best suits you. Theres nothing wrong with being unable to close an epic. Ive always seen Jira as a Agile work tool however like ...

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