Agile IT Special Interest Group Meeting 

Agile Metrics and Hybrid Frameworks 
December 12, 2017 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 
How do you create the best-fit agile framework for your organization and create the most meaningful metrics to ensure success? 

The 7th meeting of the Agile Special Interest Group (SIG) will look at two very interesting and compelling topics for all Agile practitioner and leaders: (1) Hybrid Agile frameworks and (2) Agile specific measures and metrics. IT is used to delivering services across a variety of frameworks and methodologies; from Scrum to Kanban to XP to Continuous Delivery. But, increasingly organizations are looking at hybrid delivery models that build upon deeply entrenched organizational methodologies including specific business or systems constraints while incorporating unique features of a variety of other methodologies and frameworks. This has enabled organizations to develop their own unique flavor of Agile that capitalizes on existing cultural and business norms, while deriving efficiencies of iterative delivery models.

The second topic of the day is on Agile specific measures and metrics. As organizations mature with their Agile deployments, metrics that specifically assess the performance and effectiveness of Agile teams is becoming increasingly important. While burndown charts, velocity diagrams and balanced scorecards have been widely adopted, practitioners should exercise caution in creating meaningful metrics that effectively and efficiently demonstrate measureable success. Creating the correct metrics for the correct audience while ensuring transparency is important to effectively manage Agile teams.

The upcoming meeting of the Agile SIG will address these two pivotal topics and provide an exceptional opportunity for Agile team leads, coaches and senior practitioners to discuss how best effectively deploy Agile within their own technology environments. Please join your peers from other world-class companies in Wisconsin to learn, share and discuss how best to incorporate Agile practices.

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Gordon Dining and Event Center, Second Floor 
Betsy Golomski, 608-262-1145, 

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