Why we plan with fuzzy measures Why we plan with fuzzy measures Scrum and other Agile frameworks typically use intentional fuzzy estimating methods
Why we plan with fuzzy measures
Scrum and other Agile frameworks typically use intentional fuzzy estimating methods (story points, t-shirt sizes, etc.) to plan and understand work that is complex and continually emergent. Why are relative methods better than traditional time-based planning approaches? How do they work? Can you use them in domains other than technology? Come find out the answers to these and other questions in an interactive webinar.
About Your Trainer
Dr. Patrick McConnell is the Vice President of Agile Services at NextUp Solutions and a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) specializing in Agile transformation in the public sector and scaling agile frameworks. A criminologist by training, Patrick transitioned from developing geospatial applications in Agile teams to coaching and training Agile methods and frameworks. He has served as an Agile coach and trainer for over 50 U.S. Government organizations, as well as the states of Alabama, Maryland, and New York.
(Friday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm