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Agile Metrics – a Live Q&A with Dan Vacanti (Re-Loaded Edition)
May 16 @ 6:45 pm - 9:30 pm
NOTE: Unlike other KCEs this meetup will take place on a Wednesday due to Dan’s availability, please make sure that you add the event to your calendar. We’re also starting bit later at 18:45, if you arrive early you might find us in the Royal Star Pub right next to Monzo.
Agile Metrics – a Live Q&A with Dan Vacanti (The Re-Loaded edition)
“When will it be done?” “How many items will I get in the next release?” “When will all of the items in the backlog be completed?” Dan Vacanti author of ‘Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability’ can help provide the advice and tools to answer these questions predictably.
Have a burning questions about metrics that you want answered?
Something that you’ve been struggling with?
A specific challenge which you are currently facing?
How it will work:
1. Thursday – 12 of April – Call for Questions opens (we’ll post a link in the comments)
2. You post questions or upvote existing ones
3. The most upvoted questions are answered live by Dan during the session
4. The audience at the meetup asks new and follow up questions.
19:00 – About Dan & Common Metrics Challenges Organisations Face
19:20 – Live Q&A
20:00 – Pizza & Networking
About the Speaker
Daniel Vacanti is a 20-year software industry veteran who got his start as a Java Developer/Architect and who has spent most of the last 15 years focusing on Lean and Agile practices. In 2007, he helped to develop the Kanban Method for knowledge work. He managed the world’s first project implementation of Kanban that year, and has been conducting Kanban training, coaching, and consulting ever since. In 2011 he founded Corporate Kanban, Inc., which provides world-class Lean training and consulting to clients all over the globe–including several Fortune 100 companies. Recently he co-founded ActionableAgile™ which provides industry leading predictive analytics tools and services to any Lean-Agile process. Daniel holds a Masters in Business Administration and regularly teaches a class on lean principles for software management at the University of California Berkeley.