Tutorial on how to Calculate the ROI of Implementing Agile
The big questions from a programme management and business perspective is:
How do you measure the operational costs/savings associated with improved efficiency or increased disruption within an Agile Software Development team?
The answer – ‘easily’.
It’s important to note that although the vast majority of teams do take some time to achieve a stable velocity (3-4 sprints), some teams – particularly those that have worked together for a long time – gel so well together already that it’s hard to squeeze much more out of them.
The thing I like about tracking progress/change at this level is the fact that you’re offered a way to not only measure efficiency improvements over time but you can also measure the cost of disruption... Read on (Agile101.net)
It's important for PM's to be tracking things such as going agile and efficiency. Keeping track of these will allow you to make decisions based on the performance. If you aren't aware of these factors, then your decisions won't be able to take them into consideration.
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