Thursday, February 22, 2007

Standard Progress Reporting & Tracking

The timeline, parking lot, productivity, burn rate, burndown chart, testing, and attrition rate are all important things when dealing in scrum. This original article has been taken down because we have started this blog over with new weekly posts about scrum and all of the things dealing with implementation, execution, and evaluation. Please feel free to comment or email things that you are interested in reading about.

    10 comments:

    Deepa said...

    I really liked the metrics you have collected. I would like to know more about these.... do you have a working sheet for all these calculations along with the metrics you ahve mentioned like defect discovery etc

    Andy said...

    deepa, send me your email address and i will send you the template.

    Dianthe said...

    People should read this.

    Andy said...

    Thanks! I might change it a bit in the future given some books I have reach about designing dashboards.

    s_ruchit said...
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    s_ruchit said...

    Hi Andy,

    Can you send me the worksheets on my email id s_ruchit at yahoo.com ? I really look forward to explore it in much depth.

    Rick White said...

    Hi Andy,

    I too would appreciate a copy of your spreads. Very impressive. richard.twhite@yahoo.com.

    Thanks.

    Rick

    charlie said...

    I liked this content very much, but Im trying to escape from excel and such tools. I'm using a different tool to make my burndown and burnup charts, and reading your post give me a lot of ideas! You can check the post here, where I use a CLI tool and a text-only file to make the graphs and possibly update them automatically. Regards. cjbarroso -_at_- gmail

    Andy said...

    Your charts look good, but most people will be using Excel, so why complicate it for them? If there is a template built, then all they need to do is plug in the numbers and they're done.

    Jumbo said...

    Andy, good article and keep posting. It will give light to us and who ever following scrum. Please send the excel templete to jumbomahadeva@gmail.com

    Thx in advance

    JM Deva