Our organization has 5 discrete development teams working on 6-8 concurrent projects operating with 1-2 week sprints.
At the end of every sprint, production is interested in having my group do a short pass to prep the sprint deliverables for Acceptance Testing by the client. Mostly they want to make sure that we backstop the developer's unit testing to ensure that the build to be delivered is actually testable by the client.
What I've been digging for is a better way to keep track of the sprint end dates so I have a clearer picture of what is coming up next so that we can prioritize work more effectively. The real prize would be a simple list of every sprint end date across projects that I could get up on a dashboard.
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