There is no silver bullet for measuring Agile performance. If you only count one metric, it is easy to get tunnel vision. Be it the team focusing on just making the metric better (often through gaming the system) or management using the single metric to drive all decisions, you can end up with a product or organization that looks good while it is really driving off a cliff.
Webinar: Applied Frameworks Joel Bancroft-Connors (CST) is joined by Bob Galen (CEC) for an in-depth discussion about the Agile Coach Growth Wheel and what it means to measure yourself as an agile coach.
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In an Agile context, defining value isn’t necessarily about calculating return on investment or measuring profit margins. At the team level where work gets done, defining value must be understood incrementally, in terms that make the right decisions possible.