Twenty One Experiments to Increase your Velocity

A session at Scrum Australia 2016

Friday 29th April, 2016

1:45pm to 2:30pm (EST)

Queuing Theory and the Theory of Constraints are two powerful theories that can increase your velocity. This session explains both theories in simple terms, then covers how they can be applied in the real world by Scrum teams. 21 simple velocity increasing experiments are described in a format that you can use immediately.

The effects of Queuing Theory impacts our lives on a daily basis. Scrum uses Queuing Theory at its core and you can amplify those effects.

The Theory of Constraints can identify the one constraint that is preventing your team from increasing its velocity. It also shows us how to remove that constraint in the cheapest way possible.

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Andrew Rusling

Agile & Lean Coach on a journey to better

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Time 1:45pm2:30pm EST

Date Fri 29th April 2016

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