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Velocity- Not able to maintain consistent velocity but able to gain productivity. How?

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Velocity- Not able to maintain consistent velocity but able to gain productivity. How?

Postby nagasowmya123 Wed Jul 24, 2019 5:12 am

Solution says:
Estimations done in Ideal days have potential to decay over time. As team gains more experience and knowledge efficiency increases and so does the ability to deliver but estimations done in ideal does not reflect this gain in the productivity and hence the velocity gain is not obvious.

Need explanation.
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Re: Velocity- Not able to maintain consistent velocity but able to gain productivity. How?

Postby seema.sonkiya Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:41 am

We have discussed this concept in this video:



Velocity = number of points gets delivered in a sprint. If estimations are done in Ideal days, in that case velocity means how much ideal days got delivered.

When team get learning, then their ideal days gets decay and it takes less ideal days. So velocity count goes down even the good quantum of work gets delivered.

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