Agile EVM

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Tries to evoke some interest in EVM w.r.t agile values and principles based software delivery. Intention is only to invoke curiosity and aid further R&D.

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  • This presentation tries to impart very basic information about Agile EVM.This presentation may contain materials that are procured from external sources.Please reach out to me in case you find any material that is been used infringes upon someone’s copyrights.
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  • Agile EVM

    1. 1. Agile Series by NishanthintroducingAgile EVM
    2. 2. Some Agile Myths• Agile development is “Extreme Programming(XP) + Scrum• Agile projects can’t define scope up front
    3. 3. Why EVM?• Integrates performance, cost, and schedule• Provides cost efficiency readings• Early warning of performance problems• Well known, PMI standard, used in ProjectManagement over 40 yrs
    4. 4. EVM – A TimelineCourtesy – Tamara Sulaiman Runyon, Collabnet
    5. 5. Traditional EVM
    6. 6. Agile Earned Value Management (EVM)• Agile EVM = Traditional EVM + Scrum• Adds value in– Decision Making– Communication– Visibility
    7. 7. Why Agile EVM?• Adds cost component to metrics• Balances needs of all stakeholders• Optimise value of releases• Better business decisions
    8. 8. Agile EVM Metrics• Schedule Performance Index (SPI)• Cost Performance Index (CPI)• Velocity per Sprint• Earned Value vs. Planned Value
    9. 9. Agile EVM MetricsDefining Initial Release Baseline• # of planned sprints• Sprint Lengths• Budget at Complete (BAC)• Planned Story Points• Start Date
    10. 10. Agile EVM Acronyms• AC – Actual Cost• PV – Planned Value• EV – Earned Value• EAC – Estimate at Complete• CPI – Cost Performance Index• SPI – Schedule Performance Index
    11. 11. Agile EVM Basic Equations• PV = Expected % complete1 * BAC• EV = Actual % complete2 * BAC• CPI = EV/AC• SPI = EV/PV• 1 – SP completed/total SP planned• 2 – no. of sprints completed/total sprints planned
    12. 12. Appendix• Courtesy– Webinar – Agile EVM – Information for GoodDecision Making, by Tamara Sulaiman Runyon,Collabnet– White Paper – Earned Value for AgileDevelopment, by John Rusk, Optimation Ltd
    13. 13. Thanks!Exciting new transitions

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