Perhaps my question is somewhat already answered in other questions earlier, however I feel that my question is a spin-off of them.
In our company we work with six teams (three in SCRUM. three in KANBAN) and the three SCRUM teams are getting the stories out of five projects. (A project is a product) E.g. Project A, B, C, D and E.
The three teams all have their own Rapid Board and there own sprints. All three teams must pick up one story per sprint of project A. Project C is exclusieve for team 3.
Unfortunatly it is not possible to make a mutually exclusive rapid board filter, since both teams should be able to select every available story.
Now we have a problem, because when team 2 has started a sprint, team 3 cannot start a sprint, because the sprint of team 2 is "visible": there is already a sprint started. Team 2 has still one story of project 'A' in progress.
Is it possible to have multiple rapid boards (teams) working in the same projects (product backlog) when there do *not* have a mutually exclusive filters?
Thanks in advance
P.S. If you answer, please keep in mind that I am a simple PO, that has learned to handle Jira 'on-the-job'.
It looks like Team 1 are completely independent (they are the only ones in project E) so they can just have their own.
For Teams 2 and 3 I'd recommend a similar approach to the one described in a different answers post:
Thanks for your answer, however I feel that 'using' a component or label is not really that better than making a new JIRA-project for the team and then moving or cloning the issue to that team. The whole idea is that the teams are hovering above the projects (products) and not a 'part' of a backlog. Enabling multiple sprints is in mine point of view the best option.
The most ideal option for me would be that a rapid board is a object in jira, rather a selection of queries, in other words a team is a rapid board. In this case an other rapid board (or a issue in a rapid board) is not visible/not selectable. I was under the impression that that was the intended use of a rapid board. Perhaps in the future.
Thanks again to you and John for the help.
This community is celebrating its one-year anniversary and Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes has all the feels.Read more
Can a new-to-agile team survive and thrive in a non-agile culture? If so, what advice would you give to those trying to be agile in a non-agile culture? What's the key(s) to success? Share your thoug...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find a group
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.Start an AUG
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. Learn more about AUGs