Lean project leadership – minimum metrics

Project management  – projecting change – is a venture into the half-known. Both the outcomes and the approach taken to deliver them can change. Being able to change your destination as well as change course requires knowing where you are and where you need to be. Whilst Agile has emerged as the methodology of choice for digital practitioners, which measures do you need to stay on course and how should you use them?

In order to prevent the project and its measurement becoming an end in itself, you need to know the set of metrics a development project should have and why they are necessary. And you need to know how to use them in order to deliver successful outcomes, and in the worst cases justify a premature end to the project.

In this session, Karoliina will engage participants to share their metrics and add to these the metrics which have been proven to provide a good grip on project control. Using case studies, you will see how the metrics work and how to apply them to your own projects.

Lean Project Leadership – Minimum Metrics from Karoliina Luoto

Agile Business
Date: Thursday, November 3, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm Karoliina Luoto Karoliina Luoto (FI)