Learn how to identify three essential techniques of agile approaches to documentation.
- Traditional projects are like a submarine. … Most of the work happens below the waterline. … Then every so often, the project surfaces … and sends a signal to the rest of the world. … These signals usually come in the form … of executive summaries and high-level status reports. … These reports took a long time to create. … They're also not needed by the team. … The team was hard at work within the submarine. … They don't need to be updated on their own progress. … In Agile, the team focuses on working software. … There's much less emphasis on creating documentation. … This is a key value in the Agile manifesto. … The time the team is reporting is time they're not spending … on valuable software. … An Agile team uses three techniques … to try and make the reporting more efficient. … The first technique is try to avoid duplication. … One set of reports should work for both the team … and the stakeholders. … There's a lot of potential for miscommunication … on a project. … One way to avoid that is to make sure …
- 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.