30 Days of Agile Testing – Work Tracking

Note that this post is part of a series where I am ‘live blogging’ my way through the ministry of testing’s 30 days of Agile Testing challenge.

Today’s challenge asks what columns we use on our work tracker or kanban board.  To be honest we don’t use columns at all….

I know, I know, bad us right? Perhaps so. This probably would be something worth trying, but for some reason we have never gone down this road.  I’m not sure why, but it hasn’t risen up as a high priority thing to try.  Perhaps those of you who do use a kanban style of work management could share: does this transform the way your work? Please leave a comment with your experiences!  We are trying to move towards a more agile way of working from a process that is, frankly, quite waterfall in many ways.  Is this something that would be helpful for us in this journey? Trying new things takes time and energy.  Is this something that is worth the time and energy it would take?

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