Webinar: Agile Estimation of requirements in planning
Agile projects apply different estimation approaches compared to traditional project management. Even there is the discussion of estimation is necessary, agile teams are estimating requirements as clients often want to know effort.
Timofey Yevgrashyn is an experienced Agile Coach, who supported the agile transition of many teams. Currently, he is focused on distributed and offshore teams and works as the Senior Consultant in Ciklum – a Danish innovative IT outsourcing company specializing in nearshore software development in Eastern Europe, Ukraine, and Belarus. Except for coaching, he writes interesting posts about agile teams and practices and he organizes Pecha Kucha events.
Date:March 13, 2012
Time: 20:00 – 21:00, GMT+1 timezone
Speaker: Timofey Yevgrashyn
The customer comes to the question: “How much is a new project?” or “When this project will be done”? How do get estimates to plan the project? How can we make estimates easy and at the same time effectively?
During our webinar, we will explain why to estimate and what happens with estimates during the life of the agile project. We will talk about the differences between projects that are just beginning and projects that are already in progress. And, of course, leave time to answer participants’ questions.
Learn why and how we estimate agile projects
Learn how to quickly and effectively estimate projects and individual requirements
Learn how to track the remaining work during the life of the project
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