Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

Laz Allen


Ramsay Ashby


Session time:

10 May 12:15 13:00

Session duration:

45 minutes

About the session

A case study in repeatable use of team metrics for continuous improvement at scale

Team metrics are in vogue. There are a plethora of companies offering tools to support our agile practices and there is no shortage of books espousing the value of various combinations of metrics that will lead your team(s) to delivery stardom.

Skyscanner would like to share our journey, from realising this would enhance our competitive advantage, to not just deploying a tool but also changing our engineering management culture to being one that valued and utilised these metrics to drive greater improvement at scale.

We will share what originally took us down this path, including the signs that change was needed.

Participant Takeaways:
Gain insight into the benefits, pitfalls, and opportunities possible from establishing a culture of repeatable use of team metrics across a large organisation

Retrospectives, Agile Transformation, Agile Heuristics, Flow, Theory of Constraints, Enterprise, Analytics, Communities of Practice, Agile Tools

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