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Last Updated Jan 18, 2012 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Agile Metrics: It's Not All That Complicated

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One of the hardest parts about moving from traditional to agile project management is trusting that things are progressing even if we are not constantly looking at reports. On Monday, Jan. 23 VersionOne Agile and Product Coach Katia Sullivan will present "Agile Metrics: It's Not All That Complicated," a presentation covering agile reports from the perspective of each of the typical agile roles (Facilitator, Implementer and Customer). She will also share decision/making scenarios based on agile metrics. The session will be facilitated by the PMI Washington, D.C. and 1 PDU is available for Certified PMs. Get the details.

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