Learn how to create a release burndown chart.
- The Release Burndown is a big picture chart. … It's designed to give you an overall view of your project. … If you use this Burndown be sure to use it … for the whole project. … Don't erase the board if it starts to show challenges. … You need to keep the chart updated and transparent. … The Release Burndown is similar to the Sprint Burndown. … You still have capacity along the Y-axis … and time along the X-axis. … The main dif1ference is the duration. … In a Sprint Burndown you're working with days. … In Release Burndown you're working … with two week sprints. … A Release Burndown has a dashed line that represents … the teams capacity. … It shows where the project should be going … based on the teams velocity. … The velocity is the amount of work the team … is expected to deliver based on past performance. … That means that if the team has a velocity of 50 … the Burndown will be 50 multiplied … by the number of sprints in the release. … If their are 10 sprints, … then the number on the x-axis will be 500. …
- Explain the purpose of a taskboard and how it can help keep a project on track.
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- Name the two types of burndown charts.
- Recognize the problems that occur when a team does not break down epics into stories.