Among the key features of adopting an agile workflow is the power of the team to estimate new work effectively.
After some time, as team users face new user stories, they should develop an increasingly accurate sense demonstrating how they’re going to approach stories and just how much effort each user stories will take to complete.
Once a team has been working together for a while, their capability to estimate new stories becomes much better. Teams with a brief history of recent successes and failures can compare their velocity against point estimates that everyone can agree to, and therefore they can forecast with reasonable accuracy how difficult it will be for them to develop a new story.
But teams new to agile sometimes have a problem foreseeing out how to imagine stories effectively.
For some, this and team-specific strategy of points is difficult to grasp. Individuals, the soft relationship between point value and actual time spent working on a story can be annoying.
Until a team has been working together for a while, attempts to generate accurate estimation point for new stories may feel difficult.
Here are a few estimation processes for agile teams that can help in adoption.
Irrespective of teams experience level, these techniques get everyone engaged in point estimation from the start.
The most used technique for estimation point is Planning Poker. Irrespective of teams experience level, these techniques get everyone engaged in point estimation from the start.