Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Agile at Work: Reporting with Agile Charts and Boards.
- I hope you enjoyed this course…on reporting with agile charts and boards.…Agile charts and boards are essential…to keeping the team transparent and motivated.…Remember to keep all of your team's charts…posted in the shared workspace.…If you're interested in how other teams use charts,…you could always visit the Scrum Alliance website.…There you can see…articles, examples and pictures…of other teams' workspaces.…You'll find that agile coaches and scrum masters…can get real creative…with how they report their progress.…If you're just starting out with agile,…you may want to stay simple…and use the charts and boards mentioned in this course.…
This course also has a companion book.…The book's title is Leading Agile Teams.…It expands on these ideas…and adds some details that couldn't fit into the course.…I provided a sample chapter to all lynda.com subscribers…as a downloadable exercise file.…You can find the complete book at most online bookstores.…Feel free to use the sample chapter…to go back and review the material.…
Bonus: Watch the bonus chapter at the end of this course where Doug answers common questions about the agile mindset, including what types of projects would be the best fit.
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- Explain the purpose of a taskboard and how it can help keep a project on track.
- List the correct order of the swim lanes on a taskboard.
- Name the two types of burndown charts.
- Recognize the problems that occur when a team does not break down epics into stories.
- Identify the three roles in the triangle of responsibility.