“At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behaviour accordingly.”
AGILE MANIFESTO PRINCIPLE #12
Plandek Xcelerator dashboards help your team spot bottlenecks, understand root-causes and meet your delivery goals.
Choose from our out-of-the-box Xcelerator dashboards - or create your own bespoke dashboards to improve your sprint accuracy and deliver better.
Set your own self-improvement goals using the metrics that suit you
Teams are often so focused on delivering to the ever-increasing expectations of the business – that there is little time to consider this important Agile principle of self-improvement.
The team-level Plandek dashboards surface the code, behavioural and delivery metrics that teams need to focus on, in order to become more effective over time.
Teams can quickly build a customised Plandek dashboard to show a simple set of metrics that suit them – so that they can set their own self-improvement goals.
Transform your ceremonies with data-led insights
Transform retrospectives with quant insight from your own balanced scorecard of trusted Agile, delivery, engineering and talent metrics
Capture your team’s feedback in real time at all points in the workflow
Agree and focus on the metrics that matter to you, with no time wasted building reports
Reduce Cycle Times by removing friction from the underlying delivery process
Improve your team’s predictability by improving sprint accuracy
Plus Plandek LiveView – a real-time feed to optimise your sprints
LiveView enhances Plandek’s end-to-end delivery metrics platform by providing teams with a live feed identifying bottlenecks and ‘action items’ within a sprint as they occur.
The Plandek LiveView feed provides a live diagnostic of each ticket within the sprint, identifying anomalies that merit investigation and action. ‘Action items’ point teams to the tickets that are outside expected parameters, including:
Ticket stalling: when tickets appear to stall at any point throughout the delivery process or exceed standard cycle times and require immediate action by the team.
Development complexity: commit size/count, files changed and other parameters exceed the norm for tickets of similar size and complexity.
Pull request anomalies: when pull requests stall or indicate a higher than normal level of activity, suggesting a team is struggling to merge.
Build event anomalies: when the builds containing the related tickets fail or succeed.
Deployment anomalies>: when tickets are deployed, or if the deployment failed and requires action.
The net result is self-improving, highly motivated, happier teams and better delivery outcomes.
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