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The Hottest Value Stream Metrics (That Actually Matter)


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There is no shortage of metrics related to software delivery. Agile metrics, DevOps and DORA metrics, support, services and operational metrics, Lean, value stream and flow metrics, product and predictability metrics. All are trumpeted by their own champions as the hottest thing since sliced bread.

Research from ConnectALL shows that because of the sheer volume of measurements, organizations are not confident in selecting metrics. This is a big deal in the success (or failure) of using analytics and insights platforms and tools. That's not cool at all. DevOps.com is excited to host ConnectALL's SVP of Products Andrew Fuqua and President and COO Lance Knight to talk about the specific set of metrics organizations should choose to get started and how to ensure those suit their objectives and challenges. Sounds like some spicy metrics!

Join these industry leaders as they break down the metrics that program managers, product managers, Agile managers and DevOps teams need to kick off their metrics journey—what they are and why you need them. Crank up the heat with some of the hottest metrics (that actually matter)!

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding the starter metrics specific to teams
  • Why teams need to track specific metrics and what they get
  • How understanding and tracking metrics helps within a value stream management framework
Andrew Fuqua
VP of Products, ConnectALL
Fondly and commonly known as an XP (eXtreme Programming) and Agile guru, Andrew is also an influencer in the world of enterprise transformation. His self-proclaimed passion is building great teams that build great software, with a focus on helping ISVs and IT organizations improve time to market, market responsiveness, predictability and quality. In his role as VP of Products at ConnectALL, Andrew returned to his first love of being closely involved in product development. Andrew is an active contributor to the Agile community. He is an established speaker and influencer and is a published author in Gantthead, Agile Connection and Agile Journal. Andrew has 30-plus years of varied experience in consulting, management, product management and development. With a long history as an enterprise transformation expert, Andrew realizes the importance of transformation and how it is the first most critical activity to create the conditions for effective approaches to take hold and add value.
Lance Knight
President & COO, ConnectALL
Lance Knight is president & chief operating officer of ConnectALL. His responsibilities include sales, sales operations, marketing, customer success and technical support. Previously, he held SVP/VP roles at LeadingAgile, Tasktop Technologies and Accept Software, specializing in field operations, sales development and customer success. Lance started his IT career with a large aerospace manufacturer where he learned about Lean manufacturing and systems thinking. He’s a published author of books and white papers on leadership, software development and software sales.

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