Agile methods are empirical and encourage each and every project to measure its velocity and performance. Agile methods also encourage teams to inspect and adapt; changing their method and practices on the fly.
While there are lots of agile measurement practices that can be adopted by development teams; such as sprint burn-down charts, velocity trackers, and release burn-down charts. It is much more difficult to develop a set of organizational measures – especially ones that are independent of the ever changing set of practices used and, most importantly, accessible to business partners. This presentation we will look at an agile framework for organizational measures based around the improvement goals of Better, Faster, Cheaper and Happier.