Personal invite: 45 min workshop on agile progress reporting

Test progress reporting can be cumbersome. There is a complex story to be told, but it needs to be done in such a way that the business and project stakeholders get the message. Sequential planning techniques such as critical path analysis won’t work in agile, but stakeholders keep asking for an indication of the progress so far, the work that remains, the bottlenecks and dependencies.

Last year there was an urgent need in my project for a clear status report. Therefor we introduced, the subway map. Subway map reports are derived from the London tube map.

On 3o October 2014 I will be giving a 45-minute interactive workshop, where I explain the idea behind subway mapping. But, don’t lean back to comfortably; I’ll put you to work as well. Based on a case, you’ll be invited to draw your own progress report.

Can’t wait to get started? Grab a pen and download the Quick Reference Card.

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5 Responses to Personal invite: 45 min workshop on agile progress reporting

  1. Siarhei says:

    Hi!

    Thanks for interesting sharing interesting approach on progress visualization. In the QRC you mention Valori’s release advice chart, can you say some words about it? I didn’t find any mention in google. Thanks

    Kind regards,
    Siarhei

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    • djdegrood says:

      Hi Siarhei,

      Thanks for you response. I am glad you like it aswell. We had some nice succes with using it. I do talk about the release advice chart. You can download is http://blog.valori.nl/vrijgavekaart. It is in dutch, but as you fill in the contact details you can download an excel sheet. You can use this to create your own.
      If you get stuck, let me know…. love help out
      Derk-Jan

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  2. Siarhei says:

    Dank je wel, Derk-Jan! 🙂

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  3. Want to know, howto use this .. Can u put some writing on how to get started ?

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