Next Sprint Cut Line in the VersionOne TeamRoom Backlog Panel

September 24, 2015 Mark Des Biens

What does that line in the backlog list in your VersionOne TeamRoom™ represent? It’s the next sprint cut line based on your team’s average velocity and the prioritized backlog for your team.  It’s also a great reason to make sure your backlog stories have estimates.  Check it out today.

Key Benefits:

  • Easy way to see upcoming sprint work
  • Uses the average velocity number to determine next sprint cut line
  • Helps team prioritize and plan the current and upcoming sprints

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Mark Des Biens

Mark Des Biens is currently working as a Solutions Engineer and Implementation Consultant at CollabNet. Mark has more than 20 years of project experience and has worked with dozens of companies looking to improve their enterprise agility. He has been a Scrum Master and agile program manager and is one of the founding members of the Midwest Agile Community Meetup group. Mark has presented at numerous PMI, Agile Alliance, Agile Day Chicago and Agile Meetups.

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