Six “must-have” gadgets for any Kanban dashboard in Jira

Kanban is a popular agile framework suitable for both operations and development teams. It does not matter if you are a support team handling issues reported by customers, an internal service desk team or a company that delivers pizza, Kanban helps you visualize both the process (the workflow) and the actual work passing through thatContinue reading “Six “must-have” gadgets for any Kanban dashboard in Jira”

7 gadgets for a powerful Scrum dashboard in Jira

Scrum is one of the most popular agile frameworks for software development. Tracking a Scrum project in an effective way is an important task of every Scrum Master or Product Owner. Identifying and then making visible the right metrics needed not only by the team but also by management or other project shareholders can beContinue reading “7 gadgets for a powerful Scrum dashboard in Jira”

A powerful Reported vs Done chart for Jira dashboards

A Reported vs Done chart tells you how your team handles the workload in time. It gives you a clear indication if your team manages to resolve issues fast enough for maintaining the backlog size in acceptable limits. Such chart is a “must have” on the monitoring dashboard of any support team because it showsContinue reading “A powerful Reported vs Done chart for Jira dashboards”

Cross-project release burndown chart in Jira with Great Gadgets app

Do you have a large release that spreads across multiple projects or multiple teams and you don’t have a good way for tracking it and for making a picture about the overall progress? With Great Gadgets app for Jira you can solve this quickly. This app offers a Release Burndown/Burnup Chart dashboard gadget that youContinue reading “Cross-project release burndown chart in Jira with Great Gadgets app”

How to track the team velocity / throughput in Kanban with Great Gadgets app for Jira

“Tracking team velocity in Kanban” might sound strange for some people as velocity is something specific to the Scrum framework and this term is not part of Kanban “by-the-book”. But even in Kanban, especially when switching from Scrum to Kanban, the question “How much business value my team delivers in time?” is still applicable. InContinue reading “How to track the team velocity / throughput in Kanban with Great Gadgets app for Jira”