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How to Choose a Useful Measure of Incremental Progress for Your Team

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25 Feb 2020CPOL11 min read
How to get a better sense of how team members are doing, both as a functional unit and individually
This post helps employers get a better idea of how their team members are doing, both individually and as a functional unit. When the product or project work starts, you keep track of how many story points are completed over time. You use that to improve future planning. There are many things you can do to achieve this, but how much you do will depend on where you are in your efforts, how much time you want to spend on estimation itself, and how much you need to make comparisons.



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Lukasz Szyrmer
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
Lukasz Szyrmer used to develop in C++ and C# and now manages development teams. He writes about agile, lasagna, and the cost of delay. If you are hungry for more, check out Debugging Velocity for a free chapter in his upcoming book.

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