Thursday, September 23, 2021 at 5:30:00 PM Online event

How might you answer the question "when will it be done?" What about "how long will this take?" These can be critical questions in helping decide if we should do something, along with starting a conversation with customers and stakeholders. Since we don't have a crystal ball, we don't know exactly what the future holds. But all hope is not lost. There is an option.
In this talk, Kevin will share an introduction to how flow metrics can be collected and then used to improve predictability and allow for effective forecasting. He'll share some real-world examples of how powerful this data can be, how it can be introduced within an organization, and how it can be used to help teams improve discussions with their stakeholders and customers.

Bio: Kevin is an Agile Coach, Trainer, and Practitioner with over 15 years of experience using Agile and Lean methods at organizations varying from small startups to large multinational firms. He founded JEM Software to help organizations improve what matters to create better outcomes while creating more human workplaces. Kevin has a proven track record of helping create holistic views of organizational systems in order to enable business agility. Kevin's broad range of experience bridging software development and product management has helped organizations understand where their greatest opportunities to improve are and gather the right data to enable them to capitalize on those opportunities.
When Kevin is not helping organizations to improve he's busy as a devoted husband and father. He enjoys time outdoors hiking, camping, and most of all, skiing. Click here for event

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