If the Velocity chart reflects completed hours exceeding committed hours, does this mean the sprint was seen as a failure or not performing well.
please let me know, we use JIRA and Confluence and I need to provide feedback on the sprint velocity.
It's neither good nor bad for the sprint performance really.
You need to look at the magnitude and frequency. Was it a few points either side of the committent? Small variations are perfectly normal, but if it's over 10% of the committment, you might have soemthing wrong. The frequency matters too - if it happens on the odd sprint randomly, it's natural variation. If it happens every sprint, you have a problem.
However, over-delivering is usually not a working problem, most of us see it as an issue with estimates - "we need to get better at estimating what we can get done in a sprint".
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