In my company, there are developers shared across multiple projects and those projects are on scrum and kanban boards. Management needs a single board where they can see the progress across these projects and till now this is achieved by creating a third scrum board and by using filters we display the user stories from all the scrum and kanban projects.
So below are my doubts on this.
1.Using filters is the only way to achieve this?
2.How to track individual efforts? using tempo can be a solution?
3.How to measure the progress of the projects, by looking at charts of single board or by looking at the individual scrum and kanban boards?
Please guide .
I'm not sure you're understanding what boards are here.
I prefer to explain boards as "views" of JIRA data. They aren't entities in their own right really, you have a set of issues, which are divided into projects, and have other attributes that allow you to group them.
A board is ONE way of looking at a sub-set of your big pile of issues. A board runs a filter to pull out the list of what it should be looking at. It doesn't share information or have anything to do with other boards, all it does is look at some of your pile. A bit like going in to a garage/showroom and saying "show me all your blue cars please" - your board will only contain blue cars, even though the car seller has cars in all sorts of colours.
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