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how_can_we_forecast_when_we_do_not_have_a_lot_of_data [2016/10/27 15:38]
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 In other words, by the sixth Sprint, we only have a 20% concern that the next Sprint’s velocity is going to be outside the 15 – 30 point range and we are 80% sure it will be in that range. In other words, by the sixth Sprint, we only have a 20% concern that the next Sprint’s velocity is going to be outside the 15 – 30 point range and we are 80% sure it will be in that range.
  
-That’s a pretty small amount of data to generate a lot of understanding of the data we have. And the thinking approach can be applied to all kinds of metrics.+That’s a pretty small amount of data to generate a lot of understanding of the data we have. And the thinking approach can be applied to all kinds of metrics ​and at all levels of the planning process - portfolio level epics, program level features etc.
  
  
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