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Team metrics

sprint burndown burn down chart

Sprint burndown chart

Understand the progress of remaining work in the selected sprint and compare it to an ideal one. 
  • Number of backlog items to be done.

  • Effort – the number of story points to complete

  • Time – the number of remaining hours to complete

  • Tasks – the number of remaining subtasks to complete

  • Ideal line (gray) for comparison of the real progress to the ideal.

  • Real line (blue) indicates remaining work to be completed.

  • Completed work indicated by a green line.

  • Total sprint scope changes indicated by the solid gray line.

  • Zoomable by mouse selection.

Release burndown chart

Predict when program increment (release) will be done based on real team velocity.
  • Number of backlog items to be done.

  • Effort – the number of story points to complete

  • Time – the number of remaining hours to complete

  • Tasks – the number of remaining subtasks to complete

  • Prediction of the progress based on minimum velocity (the gray line).

  • Prediction of the progress based on the velocity of the last 8 sprints (the green line).

  • Prediction of the progress based on maximum velocity (the red line).

  • Zoomable by mouse selection.

scrumdesk release burn down burndown chart
scrumdesk cumulative flow chart

Cumulative flow chart

Find bottlenecks in your agile process and understand how total product backlog scope evolves.
  • Chart based on backlog items.

  • Chart based on tasks.

  • Lead time measured from the moment the backlog item has been evidenced in ScrumDesk untill its completion.

  • Cycle time measured from the moment work on a backlog item has bee started until its completion.

  • From and To dates to select the date range.

  • Zoomable by mouse selection.

Velocity chart

Understand how much are you able to commit to deliver. Understand your limits.
  • Velocity by the number of backlog items.

  • Velocity by the number of story points.

  • Velocity by the number of hours.

  • Planned scope for a sprint.

  • Completed scope in the sprint.

  • Maximum achieved velocity.

  • Minimum of three worst velocities.

  • The velocity of the last eight sprints.

  • Zoom by mouse selection.

scrumdesk velocity chart

FOR SCRUM MASTERS

scrumdesk complexity chart

Complexity chart

Does the team estimate story point properly?
  • Story points vs. estimated time

  • Story points vs. spent time

  • Maximum time.

  • Upper quartile.

  • Median time.

  • Lower quartile.

  • Minimum time.

  • Overall average time.

  • Zoom by mouse selection.

  • Horizontal distribution of points to see all backlog items.

  • Click to see backlog item details.

  • An instant update on change.

Spent vs. estimated time

How can we estimate better?
  • Estimation vs spent time by team members

  • Zoomable by mouse selection.

scrumdesk spent vs. estimated estimation precision

Project Control Chart

Do you work on the latest backlog items or too old? Is your lead time improving, or getting worse?
  • Lead time development over time.

  • Total average lead time.

  • Rolling average of the nine points around the selected item counted based on  4 previous, current one, the next 4 backlog items.

  • Click to see backlog item details.

  • Zoomable by mouse selection.

scrumdesk project control chart

FOR PRODUCT OWNERS

Project Overall Status

What is the status of items in the product backlog?
  • Number of backlog items in a particular state.

  • Distribution of story points per state.

  • Estimated vs. remaining vs. spent time.

  • Absolute numbers and percentages.

scrumdesk project overall status chart
scrumdesk work by backlog type chart

Backlog Item Types

How much you invest in different types of features? Do you spend just on the business side or even on technical debts?
  • Distribution by a number of items of a type.

  • Distribution by a number of story points of a type.

  • Distribution time per type.

  • Estimated vs. spent vs. remaining time.

Task Types

Which type of tasks is the most expensive? How is the cost spread?
  • Distribution by a number of items of a type.

  • Time distribution per task type.

  • Distribution time per type.

  • Estimated vs. spent vs. remaining time.

scrumdesk work by task type chart
scrumdesk business value chart

Business Value Chart

Do you still add some business value to your product, or just spend the budget?
  • Development of the business value over time.

  • Measured from the start of the project to the actual day.

  • Distribution time per type.

  • Estimated vs. spent vs. remaining time.

  • Set From and To date to see more details.

Value vs. Effort

Do you work on the most valuable things that can develop easy?
  • Split of backlog items into 4 areas matrix.

  • The most valuable and low effort items to be developed first.

  • The low valuable and low effort items to be developed as second.

  • The low value and high effort items to be developed never.

  • Colored by the status of the backlog item.

  • Click the label to show or hide items of a particular status.

  • Click a dot to see details of the backlog item or change them.

  • Zoom any chart area by mouse selection.

scrumdesk value vs effort chart
scrumdesk treemap chart

Backlog Treemap

Understand the product backlog better than any other product owner on the market!

Product Backlog Analysis

Find the best next backlog item to complete with a comparison of three parameters!
  • Backlog items displayed in a matrix based on two parameters plus size based on third plus color based on the status.

  • Parameters to compare:

    1. Business Value
    2. Effort
    3. Risk
    4. Estimated time
    5. Remaining time
    6. Spent time
  • Click the circle to access product backlog item details.

  • Zoom by mouse selection.

scrumdesk product backlog analysis chart