Agile software development is a methodology that emphasizes teamwork, flexibility, and continuous improvement. A key component of this approach is the use of a task board to manage work and visualise progress. However, some teams organise their task board incorrectly, which can lead to confusion and inefficiency. In this article, we will explore why this flawed approach is problematic and why moving stories across the board is the correct way to organise work.
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Ian consults, coaches, trains and speaks on all topics related to Lean, Kanban and Agile software development.
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