Using Burndown Charts Course in Singapore
Using Burndown Charts Course in Singapore
A burndown chart is a visual representation in graph form of work left to do against the time left to do it in. The concept was initially introduced in 2000 by Ken Schwaber, a software developer, product manager, and industry consultant. It is extensively applied in Scrum Agile development.
The methodology and practice based on the value and principle expressed in the Agile Manifesto is defined as Agile. These include things like collaboration, self-organization, and cross-functionality of teams. Scrum is a subset of Agile. It is a framework that is used to implement Agile development.
The chart itself is a large graph relating the quantity of work remaining (backlog) on the vertical axis and the time expired since the start of the project on the horizontal axis. Future and past time are also shown as well. This makes up an “information radiator.” A general term for any display that is either written, drawn, printed or created electronically and placed in a highly visible location. As tasks are completed, the graph clears out to zero.
The burndown chart is put together from the sprint – a predetermined timeframe within which the team completes sets of tasks from the backlog – backlog and illustrates progress made toward the sprint forecast. They are used to predict a project team’s likelihood of finishing their work in the time available. They’re also great for helping the project team stay within scope and know when they are beginning to drift from it.
The charts are always displayed somewhere on a wall of the project room. Their visibility encourages project team members to continually evaluate their performance daily and confront any difficulties sooner and more decisively. It also helps them work more effectively to achieve the project’s deliverables.
This course describes what a burndown chart is and the benefits and challenges of using it. Participants, at the end of the course, have the skills, tools, and knowledge to build a burndown chart and use it to manage their projects more effectively.
This Using Burndown Charts workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Using Burndown Charts.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Using Burndown Charts course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Using Burndown Charts workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 2 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
1 Full Day
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Using Burndown Charts course
● Respond flexibly to changing stakeholder needs.
● Effectively deliver stakeholder wants and needs.
● Promote team communication and collaboration.
● Better project management.
● Develop new skills.
● Increase your value to the organization.
Below is the list of course objectives of our Using Burndown Charts course
● Create a burndown chart
● Explain what a burndown chart is.
● Know the benefits of working with a burndown chart.
● Understand the challenges of working with a burndown chart and how to resolve them.
● Know how to use a burndown chart to improve project management.
● Explain what the eight components of a burndown chart are.
● Know how to do proper analysis on your burn down.
● Avoid making common mistakes when creating a burndown chart.
● Know how to update a burndown chart to keep the information accurate.
● Use a burndown chart to removing variability in time estimates.
● Use a burndown chart to alert project teams of potential problems or bottleneck situations quickly.
● Use a burndown chart to monitor resource allocations.
Below is the list of course content of our Using Burndown Charts training programme course
● What is the burndown chart?
● Benefits of working with a burndown chart.
● Challenges of working with a burndown chart.
● How to use a burndown chart.
● The 8 components of a burndown chart.
● Time (Horizontal Axis) – Component 1
● Work Left To Complete (Vertical Axis) – Component 2
● Start Point (Estimated Work) – Component 3
● Finish Point (Estimated Time) – Component 4 –
● Estimated Tasks Remaining – Component 5
● Actual Tasks Remaining – Component 6
● Ahead Of Schedule – Component 7
● Behind Schedule – Component 8
● Common mistakes to avoid when creating a burndown chart.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Using Burndown Charts course
Using Burndown Charts Learner’s Guide
Using Burndown Charts Key Takeaways Notes
Using Burndown Charts Essentials Ebook
Using Burndown Charts Course Handouts
Using Burndown Charts 30-Day Action Plan
Using Burndown Charts MindMaps Pack
Using Burndown Charts PPT Slides Used During Course
Using Burndown Charts Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Using Burndown Charts E-Learning Course
Using Burndown Charts Online Video Course
Using Burndown Charts Essentials Audiobook
Using Burndown Charts Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Using Burndown Charts training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Using Burndown Charts training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Using Burndown Charts training course
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