How do you get accurate visibility on a multi-team project?

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How do you get accurate visibility on a multi-team project?

  1. 1. How do you get accurate visibility on a multi-team project?
  2. 2. Success of an Agile project depends on the
  3. 3. Success of an Agile project depends on theCooperation and Coordination of multiple teams
  4. 4. As such, visibility of the progressof each team and the program as a whole
  5. 5. As such, visibility of the progressof each team and the program as a whole is critical
  6. 6. Rollups are not the answer
  7. 7. Rollups are not the answer Why?
  8. 8. Rollups hide valuable informationThe problem with about individual team and program progress Rollups #1
  9. 9. They inaccurately forecastThe problem with when the program may be complete Rollups #2
  10. 10. They set incorrect expectationsThe problem with Rollups #3
  11. 11. For example...
  12. 12. The problem with Team Chicago Rollups Example Team Bangalore
  13. 13. The problem with Team Chicago Rollups Example Common Goal Team Bangalore
  14. 14. The problem with Team Chicago 5 stories Rollups Example Common Goal 40 stories Team Bangalore 35 stories
  15. 15. Progress of Team ChicagoThe problem with Rollups Example
  16. 16. Progress of Team Chicago 5 stories doneThe problem with Rollups Example
  17. 17. Progress of Team Chicago 5 stories done on Jan 1stThe problem with Rollups Example
  18. 18. Progress of Team Chicago 5 stories done on Jan 1stThe problem with All work complete Rollups Example
  19. 19. Progress of Team BangaloreThe problem with Rollups Example
  20. 20. Progress of Team Bangalore 10 stories doneThe problem with Rollups Example
  21. 21. Progress of Team Bangalore 10 stories done on Jan 5thThe problem with Rollups Example
  22. 22. Progress of Team Bangalore 10 stories done on Jan 5thThe problem with Forecasted end date Jan 21st Rollups Example
  23. 23. Rollups of both teamsThe problem with Rollups Example
  24. 24. Rollups of both teams Incorrect forecasted end date of Jan 15thThe problem with Rollups Example
  25. 25. Rollups of both teams Incorrect forecasted end date of Jan 15thThe problem with when it should be Jan 21st Rollups Example
  26. 26. Rollups of both teams Incorrect forecasted end date of Jan 15thThe problem with when it should be Jan 21st Rollups with no visibility of individual team progress Example
  27. 27. What do we recommend for bettervisibility of your program’s progress?
  28. 28. Correlate progress of program objectives with project progressFor better program visibility
  29. 29. Correlate progress of program objectives with project progress Track the progress of each project without masking informationFor better program visibility
  30. 30. Correlate progress of program objectives with project progress Track the progress of each project without masking information Get alerts when attention is needed to project schedulesFor better program visibility
  31. 31. Correlate progress of program objectives with project progress Track the progress of each project without masking information Get alerts when attention is needed to project schedulesFor better program Forecast the effects of scope changes on project timelines visibility
  32. 32. What helps you getvisibility of your program?
  33. 33. Agile workers talk often and welcome change. Mingle creates a shared space tomake quick decisions and track details, even when the team can’t be together. See how Mingle can help you effectively track the progress of your project or program

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