Turning the “Law of Software Physics” Upside Down
Next week, Michael Mah will be presenting new quantitative data on software productivity, cost, time-to-market and quality. Here is an excerpt from the announcement of his talk:
Many companies are adopting Agile practices in an effort to increase project throughput, reduce cost, and improve quality. But are they working? Drawing from industry statistics, Michael answers vital questions about Agile’s effectiveness, which may be turning the “law of software physics” upside down. Until now, there have been predictable relationships among schedule, staffing, and quality; industry data indicates Agile may be changing all this. See productivity findings at 5 Agile companies, and the results for time-to-market, productivity, and quality. Learn the right practices for your environment, including characteristics of successful measurement. See how metrics reveal insights into Agile approaches that are becoming mainstream.
Knowing Michael (and, well, knowing a bit about his latest and greatest findings…) I have every reason to believe Michael will be breaking new grounds in his presentation. Click here and here for details about this exciting presentation.