Agile Reporting – Beginner To Rock Star

Agile-Reporting-Beginner-To-Rock-Star

Agile Reporting - Beginner To Rock Star

Agile teams need a lightweight way to report their progress. Agile reports should be simple and easy to read, and radiate information across the room to the entire team

Agile teams need a lightweight way to report their progress. Agile reports should be simple and easy to read, and radiate information across the room to the entire team. In this course, agile expert Luke Angel outlines a process for reporting on the progress of your agile project. He shows how to prioritize the product backlog, update the taskboard, and monitor the project’s health with burndown charts. You’ll also see the most common pitfalls, such as retrofitting and working with distributed teams.

Bonus: Watch the bonus chapter at the end of this course where Luke answers common questions about the agile mindset, including what types of projects would be the best fit.Lynda.com is a PMI Registered Education Provider. This course qualifies for professional development units (PDUs). To view the activity and PDU details for this course, click here.The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Topics include:

How to be transparent
Communication Techinques
Product Backlog Managment
Backlog Grooming Techniques
Taskboard Management
Sprint Burndown Report Management
Release Burndown Report Management
Retrofitting and Working With Distributed Teams
How to Manage Scope Creep

Agile Reporting - Beginner To Rock Star

Agile teams need a lightweight way to report their progress. Agile reports should be simple and easy to read, and radiate information across the room to the entire team

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