Burn Down Chart Tutorial: Simple Agile Project Tracking in Excel

For me, going from a non-agile development methodology to an agile one should have been simple. I had read the articles, attended the seminars, and knew the theory. However, what I did not have was a basic template for project tracking throughout an iteration. This article provides that template with the burn down chart shown below being the end goal. The only tool we need is a spreadsheet.*

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One Response to “Burn Down Chart Tutorial: Simple Agile Project Tracking in Excel”

  1. I’m sure there’s a lot more to just reading some articles/books in order to change the whole way you manage projects. It would be interested to know how your first Agile project went, maybe you can write something about this?

    In any case, you might be interested in this post I have published a couple of weeks ago: Achieving Agility: Means to an End, or End in Itself.

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