Metrics-driven goals are fundamental to building great products. While data, KPIs and OKRs have an…
Baseline ART-Level Metrics That Actually Prove Success
Are you struggling with determining how well your ART is performing using concrete measurements? It could be getting in the way of the vital “inspect and adapt” cycle that holds such an important place in the Agile methodology. After all, if there’s really no established definition of success or consistent means of measuring performance against that goal, how will you know what needs to be improved? And, if you can’t prove your first ART is succeeding, how will you get approved to expand the pilot program?
To address this issue, many organizations make the mistake of tracking vanity metrics.
These are simple measurements that look good on paper, but that don’t really say much about the success of the program or track improvements that matter.
To learn more about tracking metrics that matter and that identify opportunities for improving the ART’s effectiveness, download this whitepaper today!
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