1-3 March 2019

City, University London

Measures for Products -- Weighing Drupal Projects for Success


There is no specific knowledge requirement for attendees but if they have an experience with Project Management that will be advantageous.

Audience to this session could be

  • My self managed developer friends

  • Project Managers/Scrum Masters

Session details

Project Reporting is not only limited to the Development team. There are a lot of branches to it as how to really get an insight for the health of a Project. These metrics and reports are helpful for everyone in the team (Stakeholders, Developers, Team Lead, Product Manager/Owners) to understand the progress and things which have to be improved be it achieving high ROI and having a high customer happiness index

In my talk I am going to cover:

  • How can Gantt Chart helps you in looking through the timelines and creating a vision to not only stakeholders but also to teams

  • How to foresee risks for your project with the use of Burndown Chart, Risk Management Reports.

  • What should an ideal weekly/bi-weekly/monthly report contain.

  • How can Planning, Mid Sprint and End Sprint Reports help a team and what they should contain.

  • How Retrospective helps in success of project/product and teams

  • What are the various retrospective techniques that can be applied to bring results to table

  • How to measure defects, depict defect trends and create awareness among teams to subsequently reduce them



After this session you be able to measure the project health, scope and deviation using  some metrics , stats and radiate project health across teams

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Session Track

Keynote speakers

Rowan Merewood

Developer @ Google

Saturday AM

Preston So

Director of R&I @ Acquia

Sunday AM

Sally Young

Developer @ Lullabot

Closing Keynote

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