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Everything you want to know about Agile by Jamie Lynn Cooke

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CHAPTER 15: REPORTING ON AGILE PROJECTS

Monitoring the business value and progress of the Agile work in your department can begin from the moment each project starts, and continue well before the whole-of-life business value of the overall initiative is evident.

As described in Chapter 10: Using Agile Tools and Chapter 11: Measuring Agile Success, Agile approaches provide a number of mechanisms for tracking progress, which include formal reports (e.g. executive dashboards), status update tools (e.g. WIP boards and product backlogs), and ongoing communication with stakeholders. Arguably, however, the most valuable measure of the Agile team’s progress is their delivery of tangible outputs. For iterative Agile methodologies, such as Scrum and FDD™, ...

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