A Rubric Experience for Measuring Agility
Scrum Adventures, Inc. introduces its new Agility Metrics Engine
Scrum Adventures knows that a fundamental Agile principle is related to performing continuous improvement initiatives. Agile processes (e.g., empiricism) enable the team to reflect on how to become more effective and then be able to tune / adjust its behavior accordingly. But even Agile teams can face challenges trying to answer the question "how agile is our team?". Without a well-defined comprehensible means to know which team behavior changes should be made, the team can mistakenly refer to incorrect types of measurements to determine their agility.
This is where the Scrum Adventures' Agility Metrics Engine comes in. The tool uses a rubric concept for Scrum teams to self-evaluate their events based on observable behaviors associated with "Under-Performing"
So why did Scrum Adventures utilize the rubric concept for measuring agility? Rubric is defined as a scoring guide which is used to evaluate performance, a product, or a project. It defines what is expected, what will be assessed, and includes three elements - performance criteria, rating scale and indicators. It's an ideal approach for measuring team and individual behavior.
Then why does the tool matter? It matters because the Agility Metrics Engine:
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