Metrics are reported using simple visual controls (also known as “information radiators”), with an intense focus on value creation, current work, and reducing impediments. Radiators are maintained locally and are quite visible.
While leadership is responsible for defining the metrics that will be used across the organization, each team is responsible for keeping its metrics up to date in the information radiator. In practice, this is usually the responsibility of the Team Agility Coach as a service to the team. Sometimes, some of the metrics can be automatically gleaned from development tools.
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Whether an organization is four people or four thousand, organizations who are trying to be serious players are driving to increase the maturity of processes and practices, quality, metrics. It means they must have standards and then enforce those standards.
There are two kinds of metrics in Lean-Agile:
Velocity is an especially important metric and must be kept up to date every iteration. Velocity is used to
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