Based on completed work (in Points) over time (in days), our Burndown Charts are a easy to read graph.
Engineers, managers and customers can clearly see scheduling problems and can
have more opportunity to provide input and adapt at the most appropriate times.

Burndow Chart

Our Scrum||Boards constantly broadcast:

  • What the team is actively working on.
  • How much of the overall project has been completed.
  • What may get delayed and why.

This visual representation of your project serves as an early warning system which
can reduce the frequency and cost of failure.


The Inner Taskboard on each ScrumBoard broadcast details of your iterations. This helps team members discussing their work with each other and fosters trust and accountability amongst the team.

User Story, Task, Defect cards can show there complexity in points and their business value in priority.

Subtask card show who it’s assigned to and a time estimate on completing this sub task card.

Developers end up being more focused and productive, enjoying self management while feeling connected with their team.

Teams Are Happier

Transparency puts managers at ease because they know that at any moment they can go and see, to any desired
level of detail, the status of every work item (as well as the overall project itself), with zero overhead and
without causing any discomfort to anyone. Managers can focus on more important tasks than keeping tabs on
employees, and can concentrate on ways to enhance their creativity and productivity of the Scrum team.

Creating transparency is one of the most important things you can provide your organization. It exposes critical
details of your project which makes it easier to stay on time and on budget. It helps align engineers as well as
non-technical people with important business values, and it helps maximize team productivity.

Xavier Quesada Allue’s Visual Management
Tobias Mayer’s The Heart of Scrum


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