A burn down chart provides a graphical representation of the work left to perform plotted against time. They are most commonly used during Agile software development to burn down the work remaining in the current sprint. If you’re involved in
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Below you’ll find the posts at EPM from the Agile category. Although I’m not an Agile specialist I think some of the principles behind it, such as deliver visible value early and maximize efficiency, are great guiding principles for program and project management, even if you’re managing something unrelated to software development.
Here are a few primer posts to get you started with Agile.
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