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Burn D own charts for Project Management. Team 4 Fangyi Shi Miroslav Janeski Mohsen Mehrafrouz Suleyman Yildirim. Content. Overview Backlogs C hart Types Benefits Example. Overview . What is a burn down chart? A simple method to monitor the progress of the work in agile.

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Burn d own charts for project management

Burn Down charts for Project Management

Team 4

Fangyi Shi

MiroslavJaneski

Mohsen Mehrafrouz

Suleyman Yildirim


Content
Content

Overview

Backlogs

Chart Types

Benefits

Example

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Overview
Overview

  • What is a burn down chart?

    • A simple method to monitor the progress of the work in agile.

    • It is used in agile software development methodologies (e.g.: SCRUM)

    • Displays remaining effort for a given period of time

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Overview1
Overview

Work remaining is the Y axis and time is the X axis.

Final goal: no remaining work left

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Measuring methods
Measuring methods

  • By hours, days, weeks

    • Units of time

    • Estimate the same amount for same time units

  • By story points

    • Divide work by user stories

    • Estimate work in story points and track the number of story points left to do

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Variable scope
Variable Scope

  • Over a longer period time, it’s generally expected that new work will be added.

  • Separate changes in scope and progress is to use a burn down chart with a variable floor.

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Chart types
Chart types

Product Burn Down Chart

Release Burn Down Chart

Sprint Burn Down Chart

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Chart types1
Chart types

  • Product Burn Down Chart

    • In Scrum, the product burn down chart is a "big picture" view of a project's progress. It shows how much work was left to do at the beginning of each sprint. The scope of this chart spans releases; however, a release burn down chart is limited to a single release.

    • http://www.sw-engineering-candies.com/blog-1/howtouseproduct-burndown-chartsandsprint-burndown-chartsnotonlyinscrumprojects

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Product burn down chart
Product Burn Down Chart

Chart

Corresponding Data

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Release burn down chart
Release Burn Down Chart

  • The release burn down chart is a "big picture" view of a release's progress. It shows how much work was left to do at the beginning of each sprint comprising a single release. The scope of this chart is a single release; however, a product burn down chart spans all releases.

  • http://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/scrum/release-burndown/

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Sprint burn down chart
Sprint Burn Down Chart

A Sprint BurndownChart shows all remaining work of the so called the sprint backlog. This sprint backlog contains all work for the current sprint as committed by the team. Usually it is displayed as remaining work in ideal hours for each work day. The Sprint-Burndown-Chart is updated on a daily basis by the team - often before the stand-up meeting of the next work day

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff731588.aspx

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Benefits
Benefits

Track the development process

Assess the productivity of team

Estimation of number of hours to be worked

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Practical example
Practical example

A release burn down chart begins with 200 story points of work.

During the sprint 7, progress slowed but then quickly resumed.

The whole project finished after 11 iterations.

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Real life example
Real-life example

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vs11trainingcourse_agileprojmanagement_topic2.aspx

http://joel.inpointform.net/software-development/burn-down-charts-tutorial-simple-agile-project-tracking/

http://growingventuresolutions.com/blog/example-sprint-burn-down-chart-excel-google-spreadsheet-openoffice-org.html

http://epf.eclipse.org/wikis/scrum/Scrum/guidances/templates/burndown_chart_D182CF23.html

http://lookforwardconsulting.com/2010/10/30/using-a-sprint-burndown-chart/

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