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  1. _21913

    _21913 Member

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    Hi Team,

    Can anyone help me on choosing the correct answer?

    A Scrum Master is teaching Agile estimation techniques using Story Points to a new Team. A more experienced member of the Team argues that:

    An estimate expressed in Story Points is useful for a shorter period of time than an estimate in Ideal Days.

    Is this true and what is the reason?


    A) No, because estimating with Story Points is usually faster than with Ideal Days.


    B) No, because Story Points are more robust against changes in the work-environment.


    C) Yes, because Ideal Days allow for a buffer and help to maintain the estimate.


    D) Yes, because Story Points are only a relative measure and Ideal Days are not.
     
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  2. blbokeb

    blbokeb Active Member

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    Oh yeah
     
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  3. _23006

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    By elemination logic i think its "D" --
    also you can read the below link - nice article on Ideal Days vs Story Points
     
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  4. Rakesh Deshpande

    Rakesh Deshpande Moderator
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    Hello,
    This is arguable. Can you please share the link , the link is not available.
     
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