There are plenty of formats to choose from: Progress Reports, Rollout Roadmaps, Backlogs, Dashboards and more.
- For most projects, and most audiences, the project tracking format that people will understand best is a Roadmap.
- Using a Roadmap, you can show your whole project story on one side of A4.
- A Rollout Report Roadmap is an ideal format, to show “Where we are” in the Roadmap, and can be understood within minutes.
- Beware – large Gantt charts and long task lists can be very hard to digest.
- For Agile projects, if your stakeholders are up to speed, use a User Story Map to show progress.
By Business Documents UK Ltd Team . Published: 2020/05/11 8:24:11 PM, Last Updated: 2020/05/11 9:17:45 PM Answer URL
For Project and Product Rollout Progress Tracking
A “Rollout Roadmap” shows where you are, in the whole project setting, so that your stakeholders can get a sense of project progress.
For Agile Project and Product Progress Tracking
A User Story Mapping template is ideal to show where you are in your Release Plan, and which features (in which feature areas) are left to do.