This is the final post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installments we have summarized the topics covered in the chapter’s of the book, and highlighted how they relate to the *TameFlow* Approach.

The topics covered were:

- Fow, Flow Metrics and Predictability
- Actionable Metrics for Predictability
- Definition of Process Boundaries
- Cycle Time as the Key Metric
- The importance of Little’s Law and its Assumptions
- Cumulative Flow Diagrams
- Conservation of Flow
- Commitment
- Flow Conditioning
- Flow Debt
- Scatterplots
- Service Level Agreements
- Classes of Service
- Pull Policies
- Slack and Excess Capacity
- Forecasting, the Monte Carlo Method and Analytics

In this last episode we will comment about the book as a whole and draw some conclusions.