Bastian, Robert wrote:
> One consistent problem I'm having as a scrum master is that our projects
> as they progress become more and more disorganized. In the beginning
> after we've done planning and identified the features and development
> tasks the work begins and progresses. We are able to burn down the work
> on the sprint tracker. However as new tasks are discovered as we learn
> more about the features we're building or issues arise the sprint
> tracker becomes incomplete and irrelevant. The newly discovered tasks
> seem very ad-hoc and the developers are working but now there isn't any
> tracking or knowledge of how much is left to do for a feature.
> In the daily scrum meeting these tasks are mentioned but they aren't
> getting into the sprint tracker - what methodologies or processes have
> people found useful to get the same tracking and estimates for
> discovered tasks as they did for planned tasks?
A rather large board with post-it notes that have a certain colour do seem to
work very well for the people I have worked with.