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How to measure success of an Agile Transformation Program?

This was one of the topics chosen during the ‘Scrum Alliance Scrum Coaches Retreat 2016 at Goa’. I am glad to be part of the team that jointly has several thousands of hours of Agile coaching experience.

The team consisted of: Raghavendra Rao, Rohit Arora, Suresh Konduru, Sanjay Saini, Sherry Wasandi.

Over the 3 Sprints, the team brainstormed and listed metrics that could be used to track Agile transformation at two levels.

  • Customer or Business or Organization level.
  • Scrum Team level.

We started with creating sample goals of an organization (Travel company as an example), then translated the goals to organizational levers through which the goals can be achieved, and suggested metrics to achieve the organizational goals.

Through this journey of defining the goals, levers and metrics, there are certain guidelines that are suggested to be followed while tracking the metrics. 

It is NOT recommended to track ALL the metrics, but to choose ‘just enough’ that make sense to the program.

To watch the team present to the stakeholders during the Scrum Coaches Retreat, please copy paste this: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8VDiXjvIPs&t=175s)

If you are interested to know the metrics, please click here.

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