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Relative Complexity Theory: how User Story estimations will autocorrect itself after x SprintsRelative Complexity Theory: how estimations will autocorrect itself

Last post 03:29 am May 19, 2013 by Chee-Hong Hsia
2 replies
07:05 am May 12, 2013

Dear Agile fans,

I would like to share with you guys a small "research" that I've been working on couple week ago. Wanted to publish it earlier, but couldn't find the right time due to work etc.

The subject is about Relative Complexity Theory and how the teams guestimation will eventually autocorrect itself after x Sprints.

I must say, after I wrote this I go into the Sprint Planning Meetings with a totally different mindset.…

Hope it makes any sense! :D

05:34 am May 18, 2013

Excellent post..... Good work on the research.

03:29 am May 19, 2013

Thanks Alice :-)

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