Keep an eye on your progress with Burn Up Charts, Burn Down Charts, or Cumulative Flow Diagrams.
Popularized by Scrum, burn charts are a way to visualize the amount of work done and also to analyze your WIP. Used as a tool linked to your product backlog, this chapter will show you how to use this tool and how it can help the teams to manage their work.
Cumulative Flow Diagrams
Chapter 14 Illustrations
Print your burn down
Burndown for trello
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by Henrik Kniberg, Mattias Skarin
Burndown Chart vs. Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD)
Cumulative Flow Diagram. You Still Do Not Use It?
Kanban Metrics you won’t hate
Cumulative Flow Diagram
Burn down chart
Burn up vs burn down chart
Scrum Burndown Chart
Use Burn-Down Charts to Discover Scrum Anti-Patterns
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