Progress reporting in Agile context


Last week I hosted a workshop on the TestNet autumn event.  The topic was progress reporting in an Agile context. Within Agile large PERT and GHANT charts do not work. But, the Sprint board or the burn-down chart, do not really provide information on progress related to the target release and dependencies between different teams/activities.

The subway map can provide a lot of information on a one-pager. It aims to involve stakeholders and management and it aims to engage interaction.

The slides of last weeks session are very much alike those I posted on slideshare earlier. Have a look, or see my other post on this topic.

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