Training: Agile Estimation

An established, consistent, and well-defined estimating practice is the key to identifying and managing project risks. Our Agile Estimation training class will increase an Agile team's understanding of the principles and methods of estimating in an Agile environment.

In the course, you will learn:

  • Multiple options for sizing and estimating work
  • How to generate estimates for level of effort, project duration, project costs, and deliverable quality
  • How to better predict time-to-delivery
Benefits:

This on-site class is ideal for a Program or Project Manager who needs or wants their Agile team(s) to better estimate their workload, so that they are more effective in predicting productivity and velocity. This one-day training class provides insight into the multiple options available to size and estimate your team’s workload, resulting in improved predictions as to productivity and time to delivery. Unlike standardized Agile or scrum training classes, our Agile Estimation class provides fundamental and advanced concepts and techniques for an in-depth understanding of how important accurate sizing is and how estimating velocity and burn-down is vital to success.

Consulting Services:

The services featured on this page are standard, packaged offerings developed from years of experience working with clients across various industries. These services are proven to be effective, but we understand that they may not fully meet your specific needs. We often get requests to develop customized offerings based on the fundamentals of an existing service(s), and we’d be delighted to discuss your particular situation. Please contact Tony Timbol at 904-614-0931 to discuss your options.

Learn More:
  • Article: Agile Estimation and Functional Metrics. A path for incorporating the use of function points into Agile estimation techniques.
  • Article: How do I calculate estimates for budget deliverables on Agile projects this year?

The Insights section of our website features additional reference materials. Visit it to find more information on this topic. 

Contact:

For more information, contact Tony Timbol at 610-644-2856.

"It's frustrating that there are so many failed software projects when I know from personal experience that it's possible to do so much better - and we can help." 
- Mike Harris, DCG President

Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Join over 30,000 other subscribers. Subscribe to our newsletter today!