Flow Metrics for Scrum Teams

Because story points were never a part of Scrum anyway

“Is it a 5 or a 13? Or a 2 or a 3? Or an XL?” If you’re the kind of person tired of these conversations, we’ve got something for you. This book is practical guide to leave behind wasteful guesstimation and use revolutionary science from the 1600s instead! Well, not that revolutionary we guess. But for some strange reason, using probability mathematics within Scrum is still new. So we made a book to help you save the time you now spend planning, giving you more time for doing. All in a language your customer understands: time. We present to you: Flow Metrics for Scrum Teams. You can download the book as a PDF for free by clicking the button below. Enjoy!

About the Authors

Wilbert is a highly independent and critical thinker, informal but professional, with a strong interest in disruptive technologies and their societal, economic and professional impacts. An all-rounder with a focus on the holistic organization, Wilbert brings a wide range of experience ranging from consulting on the strategic level to coaching Scrum Teams to both assignments and trainings.

Also gives out free advice on Reddit every so often.

The Kanban Pocket Guide Author Daniel Vacanti

Daniel Vacanti is a 25-plus year software industry veteran who has spent most of his career focusing on Lean and Agile practices.  In 2007, he helped to develop the Kanban Method for knowledge work and managed the world’s first project implementation of Kanban that year.  He has been conducting Lean-Agile training, coaching, and consulting ever since. In 2013 he founded ActionableAgileTM which provides industry-leading predictive analytics tools and services organizations that utilize Lean-Agile practices. In 2015 he published his book, “Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability”, which is the definitive guide to flow-based metrics and analytics.  In 2017, he helped to develop the “Professional Scrum with Kanban” class with Scrum.org and in 2018 he published his second book, “When Will It Be Done?”. Most recently, Daniel co-founded ProKanban.org whose aim is to create a safe, diverse, inclusive community to learn about Kanban.