• Обзор доклада с SAFe Summit Europe “Baseline Real ART Level Metrics from the ‘Get Go’”

    Обзор доклада с SAFe Summit Europe “Baseline Real ART Level Metrics from the ‘Get Go’”

Обзор доклада с SAFe Summit Europe “Baseline Real ART Level Metrics from the ‘Get Go’”
About speaker and topic:

Darren Wilmshurst, Radtac Ltd

Most ART launches focus intensely on a successful first PI Planning event, and rightly so because if you get this wrong then there is a likelihood that you won’t get a chance to do another one! However, having completed your first PI Planning event, it is equally important that you can demonstrate the benefits of this new approach with empirical data. This requires that you have baselined your current position so you can show where the improvements have been delivered. The trouble is, the need to move to outcome-based metrics is hard!

In this talk, Darren Wilmshurst will share some initial metrics that EVERYONE should be able to get their hands on from the ‘get go’. He will offer an ART metrics dashboard focused on answering the following question: are we sustainably improving in our ability to generate value through the creation of a passionate, results-oriented culture?

“The problem….as it often is, are the metrics. It is a situation where if you can’t count what is important, you make what you can count important”

James Willbanks (Army Advisor)

SAFe recommended metrics:

What about details?


  • PI Program Predictability
  • Program Velocity
  • of Features Planned
  • of Features Accepted
  • of Enablers Features Planned
  • of Enablers Features Accepted
  • of Stories Planned
  • of Stories Accepted


  • Staff Turnover (%) = Employees who left/ Average number of employees x 100%
  • Sick Days
  • eNPS (employee net promoted score)
  • Team and Technical Agility Assessment


  • Feature Lead Time (Program Kanban)
  • Story Cycle Time (CFD)
  • Number of Deploys


  • of Escaped Defects
  • Mean time to Recovery
  • Test Automation (%)
  • Code Quality (Static Code Analysis)
What’s Missing?


Products and services deliver fundamental elements of value that address four kinds of needs:

  • Functional
  • Emotional
  • Life Changing
  • Social Impact

In general, the more elements provided the greater customer loyalty and the higher the company’s sustained revenue growth

Надеемся, обзор этого доклада был вам полезен. Полную версию вы можете посмотреть в рамках SAFe Summer Summit Europe 2020. А для более детального знакомства с SAFe приглашаем вас на наш сертификационный тренинг Leading SAFe.

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