Tag: Velocity (4 posts) Page 1 of 1

Nathan Swain
Productivity

Getting the Most Out of Tracker with Team Strength and Velocity Override

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Being that we’re all human, sometimes things happen that might disrupt a project’s “normal” flow: we get sick, we take a vacation, we put in extra hours to make a deadline, etc. When life happens, it’s good to reflect that in Tracker so we can depict the most accurate Velocity, and thus plan our iterations using the most true-to-life data possible. In Tracker, we do this by using a fun little feature called Team Strength (TS). Read more...

Lisa Crispin
Productivity

A Healthier Approach to Estimating and Velocity

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Tracker’s mission in life is to give teams an up-to-date snapshot of where they are and where they are headed. When we look at our project(s) in Tracker, we know for sure what we’ve done and what’s currently in progress. Tracker uses that information to help us visualize what we’re likely to be able to do for the next few weeks. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
Productivity

Velocity Matters

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Last week, we made a slight tweak to how velocity is calculated in Pivotal Tracker, to handle team strength overrides in a simpler, more explainable way. As a result, if your project has an adjusted team strength in a recent iteration, you may be seeing a slightly different velocity. Read more...

Charlie Springer
Productivity

Working on Multiple Projects? Velocity Got You Down?

The Tracker Team gets some variation of this question a lot: “I work on one project one week and a different one another week and it’s really throwing off our project’s velocity. Is there something we can do to account for the changes in team strength?” Read more...