Using data to measure and increase agility in Software Projects

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Using data to measure and increase agility in Software Projects

University College London

Wednesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm
February 12, 2020

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London Project Data Analytics meetup

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Using data to measure and increase agility in Software Projects

University College London

Wednesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm
February 12, 2020

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When we work on Agile projects we develop a wealth of data, but only use a proportion of that data to manage the project. Platforms such as JIRA provide streaming data on a number of parameters. How can we leverage this data to get under the skin of project delivery performance and use it to provide additional metrics? How could we use this data to report on overall performance and also provide lead indicators?

Can Huzmeli has been grappling with this challenge for over a year now and will be sharing the experience that he has accrued on his journey. As CEO of ICAN, an Artificial Intelligence Agile Coach signed to help software project managers, Can will be providing some focused insights into the challenges currently facing the profession. He will also provide some insights and case studies into how we may be able to address them and share his experience, including:

· How they leverage from historic project data and the data sources

· The journey with clients and the challenges they’ve faced

· 3 take-aways if you are building an AI product

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Can started his career as a software engineer then transitioned into product management and delivery management roles. In the last 5 years he has been leading agile transformation projects. He has delivered enterprise agile transformation projects and software product development projects in large enterprises like B&Q, Teliasonera Turkcell, Unilever, and also supported small size companies like AdUnity and Skimlinks.

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