Progress reporting with the Subway Map

Derk-Jan de Grood

Progress reporting can be cumbersome. You want to get your message across and
provide detailed information, but long tables and lists do not appeal to the reader.
Subway maps have been developed to give insight in progress, bottlenecks and
dependencies. In one quick look stakeholders recognize the steps that need to be taken in order to reach the project goal and get insight in the work that is finished. The Quick Reference Card explains how to create and use a subway map for progress reporting.

Progress reporting with SubwayMap teaser

Download the Quick Reference Card
Use the template to make your own

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About derkjandegrood

Derk-Jan de Grood, works for Squerist as senior test consultant and agile advisor. As Trainer, Consultant and Agile Coach, he is involved with improvements and agile implementations. Derk-Jan is the author of several successful books including TestGoal, Grip on IT and the Dutch Testers association’s jubilee book on future trends in testing. In 2016 he published “Agile in the Real World”, a book on SCRUM. Derk-Jan won several awards including the prestigious European Testing Excellence Award in 2014
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1 Response to Progress reporting with the Subway Map

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