Speaker(s): Amy Hsieh, Isaac Obezo

Agile software development is centered around changing requirements, sustainable pace of development, and reflecting for effectiveness, all in order to continuously deliver customer value. However, discussions around these topics are often fruitless without an empirical data: “How much work we can deliver?”, “How much change in requirements did we experience?”, “Are teams improving over time?” Our 100+ development teams at Tableau require a minimal, common structure and consistency while staying true to Agile's self-organizing spirit. Metrics play a vital role in providing visibility across the organization, and help teams to self-identify problems, support adapting changes, and measure expected versus actual delivery. This session will explore Tableau's transition from Waterfall to Agile methodology, with a focus on outcome-oriented Scrum metrics and visualized analytics that move teams and leadership towards a more agile mindset.

Topic: Agile, Customer Use Cases, Data Culture, Deployment, Getting started with Tableau, SaaS, Storytelling with Data
Theme: Data and Analytics Skills
Type: Session
Level: Everyone
Role: Data Leader, IT Decision Maker
Track: Tableau in Action
Category: IT and Product Manager
Time: Wednesday - 4:00pm to 5:01pm

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