Posts Tagged ‘velocity’

  

Every New Project Starts Off Red

Project status is often reported using traffic light colors: green for good, yellow for at risk, and red for in trouble. Status reports typically go to executives and key stakeholders to provide assurances that the project is on track and that there will be no surprises like failure to deliver, major quality problems, major schedule […]

Maintaining Business Velocity

Much has been written about how to increase and maintain the velocity of development, especially in an Agile context. But relatively less is said about business velocity – the ability of the product owner or business team to produce sufficiently refined requirements (e.g. user stories) to keep up with the pace of development. Lean thinking […]