Measurable Value with Agile: the Impact Estimation technique

All agile methods have one common premisse: prioritize your features by business value. But how can we calculate this thing called business value?

I did some research recently and found this incredible technique called “Impact Estimation”, by Tom and Kai Gilb. There is also a paper by Ryan Shriver that explains it really well. I’ve been applying it for some time now and it is working really well in my context. What do you think? Can this technique help you too? I hope so!


One Response to “Measurable Value with Agile: the Impact Estimation technique”

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