Every time you have to switch tasks, it costs you time. On average, workers lose 25 minutes of producitvity every time they switch tasks.
For example, if you typically spend 2 hours on a project before switching to another task in an 8-hour day, you lose 100 minutes because it will take you 25 minutes to “get your mind back into that project” for each 2-hour chunk of time.
Let’s call these “Flow Chunks.” =)
So how much productivity do you lose in a day by switching from task to task? And how much does it cost your organization in $$$ for this lost productivity?
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Justifying the Cost of an Agile Release Train (ART)
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