Big Visible Charts

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Sohrab Salimi

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Definition of Big Visible Charts:

Big Visual Charts are large charts near an agile team that show the team's progress. They can be used to show defects, velocity (burndown chart), acceptance testing, or to find out how much time the team is wasting.

Synonymous with Big Visible Charts:

Information Radiator, Whiteboard, Transparency.

Use of Big Visible Charts:

Big Visible Charts are used to display information about the project in an informal way. Usually they are placed on a wall so that you can find all the important information at a glance.

Advantages of Big Visible Charts:

  • Stakeholders can see the status of the project.
  • Transparency and communication are improved.
  • "Easily digestible" information is conveyed quickly.

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