Analyze the sprint velocity of your team and of individual developers within your team
Analyze the structure of your sprints and optimize the scope of each your sprint to deliver new functionality
Analyze how many stories are completed per each sprint to better understand how soon the project will be completed
We decided to create the project performance dashboard to view all the essential information about completed sprints and team performance on the single dashboard without the continuous generation of reports and their configuration.
What it does
The app generates the four charts that give project managers and team leads sufficient insights about completed sprints and performance of their teams and individual developers. This allows them to better forecast the tentative performance of the team and better plan sprints and workload. The app provides the following charts:
📊 Sprint Structure per Issue Type: analyze the structure of your sprints and find out whether you add new functionality or address issues and bugs from previous sprints.
💡 Story Throughput: analyze the number of completed stories throughout the sprints to better understand how your project evolves.
📈 Team and Individual Velocity: evaluate velocity of your team and individual developers to better understand the development capacity and plan workload for ontime project completion.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
The main challenge for the team was to start working with D3.js. We have no prior experience with it, so it took some time to figure out how to build charts with it.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We managed to create the app that can instantly display performance of the project development team without any necessity to configure or adjust anything on the Jira side.
What we learned
We learned that calculation of some simple metrics can be not so trivial as we expected :)
What's next for Project Performance Dashboard for Jira Cloud
We will continue adding new charts and reports, like Issue in Status, Issue Transitions Map, Story Lead Time, Story to Complete Average Time.