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Organisational Mastery Executive Day – Lisbon

Lisbon, 15 May 2019

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Hi, during the last weeks I have been reading several blog posts on the topic: Burndown Chart and this week I want to bring you a small summary of what I found. Hope you enjoy.

 

Burndown chart is a common and useful tool usually used in stand-up meetings (not only) to assess how much work has been completed on an assignment. I personally like to use it as a forecasting tool instead. It gives us a rough idea how we are doing in the current Sprint.

 

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Luis Gonçalves
CEO EVolution4All

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Luis Gonçalves
CEO EVolution4All

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Luis Gonçalves
CEO EVolution4All

Small intro for the speaker. Like a bio, but one that must remain short, to keep readers interested and move to the next speaker. This size is just fine.

 

Luis Gonçalves
CEO EVolution4All

Small intro for the speaker. Like a bio, but one that must remain short, to keep readers interested and move to the next speaker. This size is just fine.

Some more text, if it is needed. Burndown chart is a common and useful tool usually used in stand-up meetings (not only) to assess how much work has been completed on an assignment. I personally like to use it as a forecasting tool instead. It gives us a rough idea how we are doing in the current Sprint.