Re: New Case Study open for comments on Scrum Alliance Website
I am not sure whether I understand you correctly, but did your case state that you had sprints particular dedicated to analysis (STUDY)? If so, I need to stress that this is not very agile (read e.g. Crystal Clear).
But nevertheless, to answer your question:
We have fairly large projects (6-8 months, 5-8 people) and run them as good as we can by agile principles, and everything is controlled from an excel spreadsheet (tasks on rows. Estimate, priority, assigned to and dates within the sprint on columns). It is easy, and also very easy to create burncharts from. It is flexible (as opposed to something like tfs, which we used in the past you can assigned as many you want on one task). The only disadvantage is that when reestimating at the end of day the spreadsheet can only be opened by one at a time (but then again the team actually does the reestimating as a group, and that way all team members get updated on the progress by others)
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