Agile Estimation: Key Principles and Practices for Successful Agile Projects (slides)

Organizations world-wide depend on their ability to deliver software projects predictably. While the number of project proposals is very large, organizations don't have unlimited money to spend and must decide which projects to fund based upon ROI. Yet, if project cost and duration estimates are inaccurate, proper selection and prioritization of projects becomes impossible. Decision-makers can't effectively manage the project portfolio, leading to missed opportunities, wasted money, and inhibited growth and profitability. Many organizations have adopted Scrum in an attempt to gain visibility and control over projects, however, Scrum is agnostic about project planning and estimating. This webinar provides an overview of key principles and practices for effective Agile project estimating and planning that have helped many Construx customers greatly increase the accuracy of their project forecasts, enabling them to make better go/no-go decisions, increase the predictability of their projects, and deliver their projects successfully... on time, within budget constraints, and with the desired functionality.

 

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