Regarding Issues which will roll into the next Sprint:
The Issue originally had a 5 Story Point value; it rolls over, and in the next Sprint there are only 2 points worth of work remaining.
Is there a good way to track the original 5 SP in (Sprint 1) and the Prorated / Remaining 2 SP (Sprint 2) separately?
As Nic has said, JIRA is not designed to support carry-over of issues (and preserve their original SPs).
If the original SP estimate needs to be preserved, I suggest defining a custom metadata field where you can keep track of the initial SP estimate. Of course, doing calculations/reporting with a custom SP field is more difficult than using JIRA's built-in SP field.
Other questions to ask about why issues are being carried over to the next sprint:
- Are the initial SP estimates too large (i.e. should have been broken down further)?
- Are the high SP issues being started too late in the sprint?
- Are issues being (peer) reviewed fast enough (i.e. not sitting and waiting for reviews) so that they can go to test without any unnecessary delay?
- Are developers grabbing all the 'good/fun/interesting issues' at the sprint start and then holding onto them (but not progressing them) until they have time to start them?
- Do testers get to provide their own Test SP estimate which provides additional guidance to Developers about how early an issue (which requires a lot of testing) needs to be started within the sprint?
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