Agile metrics are a critical part of the agile project management process. They help the teams measure the performance at every stage of the process and gauge the quality. All of the agile software development processes also help the scrum to monitor the team's well-being.
The agile process has different types of metrics, but as we are studying how to measure quality in agile projects, quality measures are on our list.
Agile Quality Measures
1. Escaped Defects
Escaped defects enable you to check the bugs or defects after a release or a build enters the production. In addition, it helps the team to measure the quality of software even in its raw form.
2. Failed Deployments
This metric will allow you to check the quality of the deployments made to the testing and production environment. In addition, failed deployments help you to find out how reliable these environments are and whether the team is developing functional software or not. In simple words, the failed deployments metric helps you to find out whether the sprint in question is ready to go to production or not.
3. Net Promoter Score
The Net promoter Score (NPS) metric measures the reaction of the users for a given release. It helps to predict whether the user will recommend the product/software or not. The NPS metric is measured before the release. This metric is also called the customer satisfaction metric.
You can efficiently measure the quality in Agile projects with these three quality metrics mentioned above. However, the agile methodology also has some other metrics. They serve different agendas, such as productivity. So, along with measuring your software/product quality in an agile process, you can use other metrics also to boost performance.