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I've got a mixed team of UX, design, frontend and backend resources, using Jira. We are working in sprints and I have set up the following workflow: backlog --> In progress --> In Reveiw --> Done. My client wants to change it to UX --> Design --> Frontend --> Backend ect. I think that's not refelcting the agile methodology. Can you help with suggestions on making her understand that the workflow currently integrated works better for a multi disicplinary team? Her main concerns are that she can't see where the bottlenecks are, quick filters should help overcome. this. Any otehr suggestions?
Oh, I don't know that it doesn't fit with "Agile methodology". The main point in Agile is that you break things up into manageable parts, communicate well, keep the process "lean" so that everyone can get on and do useful things, and you deliver good stuff frequently.
Backlog -> In progress -> In Review -> Done works fine as an Agile process. But your client's suggestion doesn't look quite right. I'd have two questions
If you go for option 1 though, "Her main concerns are that she can't see where the bottlenecks are, quick filters should help overcome this" - you've hit on exactly the right answer. Define a quick filter for each component and she'll be able to toggle them on an off in a board and see exactly what the volumes are.
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