CIPS Saskatchewan July 22nd, 2020 Webinar:

Case Study: Velocity and Story Points

A common criticism of Agile Development is that the benefits it provides to Traditional Development methodologies invite Scope Creep, and make it impossible to run the projects to a budget.  This Case Study into the Velocity KPI and Story Point technique of Agile Project Management will show (via a practical demonstration) how to ensure your Agile Projects stay on budget, on time, and still provide the benefits of Iterative and Incremental development.


Thomas Richard Miles Boxall, BSc, TOGAF, I.S.P., ITCP, ITIL, Cert.APM
Business Metrics Analyst, SaskTel
CIPS Saskatchewan – Acting Vice President

Thomas Boxall has over 20 years experience in the IT industry as a Developer, Solution Architect, and Project Manager.  Thomas developed the Business Driven Design methodology that utilizes Velocity tracking, Story Point estimation, and Waterline tracking as the core of its ability to deliver Business Value to most of the successful projects he has completed.  Thomas is a proud veteran of the Canadian Forces, a strong advocate of IT Professionalism, and champion of promoting IT careers to the next generation of IT Professionals.

Date:     Wednesday, July 22, 2020 

Noon – Introductions, welcome and presentation
12:55 – Questions & wrap up

Registration deadline: Monday July 20, 2020

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Webinar (July 22nd): “Case Study: Velocity and Story Points” (Thomas RM Boxall I.S.P., ITCP)