I have been asked to build a Sprint (Iterations) process in Workfront. I am fairly new to the Agile concept and have some concerns with my limited knowledge. Does anyone have any tips for building out this process from scratch? The basic concept is that a Request would come in to the team and be assigned to a Sprint (1 sprint = 2 weeks). They need to track if a Request does not get completed in Sprint 1 and needs to be moved to Sprint 2 and so on. A report woudl be needed to show that Request A was completed in sprint 1 as expected, but Request B was scheduled for sprint 1, but did not meet the deadline, therefore has been moved to sprint 1. Are there any tutorials or videos you have done to demonstrate how your Iterations work that you would be willing to share?
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This sounds like a great Agile conversation and how to get started using that methodology. We have a group dedicated to @Agile Conversation‚ and in it are some people who have done Agile before that might have some ideas about how to build a good process.
Tagging @Jane Bradshaw‚ @Melissa Pickering‚ to see if they might have some ideas of places you might start.
Hi @Paula Bailey‚ , thanks for posting this - lots of good questions in here! Let me see if I can summarize what you're looking for process tips on how to:
Please let me know if I missed anything above. And, to specifically answer your question about a video tutorial, please check out this one that we published a few months ago. It covers the basics and may answer a few of these for you. https://one.workfront.com/s/feed/0D54X00006cvSbLSAU
@Paula Bailey‚ Now to respond to those items: I recommend working with your team to set up your basic Scrum flow (I'm saying scrum because you mention iterations). There are multiple ceremonies that can help you get through the steps of evaluating work, assigning work to a team, and assigning work to a sprint.
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