Friday, 26 May 2017

"It’s Effort, Not Complexity", by Mike Cohn, and the relation (?) between Story Point estimation and Time

Mike Cohn establiches a relationship between Story Point estimation and Time, a relation which is not consensual.

He says it better:
"Suppose a team consists of a little kid and a brain surgeon. Their product backlog includes two items: lick 1,000 stamps and perform a simple brain surgery – snip and done. These items are chosen to presumably take the same amount of time. If you disagree, simply adjust the number of stamps in the example. Despite their vastly different complexities, the two items should be given the same number of story points – each is expected to take the same amount of time."

Take a look. It's in here:

Have fun! :)

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