Agile development teams are cross-functionally diverse and sufficient. They are comprised of team members that collectively have the skills to get the job done. But how do teams deal with the variability of the work they are asked to do from sprint to sprint? For example, what…
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How do you measure the performance of a development team? Should we use velocity? NO! Then what should we use? This blog proposes a set of five measures that you should consider when measuring the performance of your development teams.