05 Jul '12, 10pm

Apologies - here's a WORKING link to the Tip of the week: Working on multiple projects? Velocity got you down?

Apologies - here's a WORKING link to the Tip of the week: Working on multiple projects? Velocity got you down?

The Tracker Team gets some variation of this question a lot: “I work on one project one week and a different one another week and it’s really throwing off our project's velocity. Is there something we can do to account for the changes in team strength?” Check out this short screencast on how to account for those missing team members and adjust velocity on the fly. I received this question from one of our recent surveys; if you respond to a survey in the future, leave your contact info so we can get back with you!

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/users/cspringer/blog/articles/2189...

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