The new Speed report has quickly become our most visited report. This improved visualization helps teams quickly identify work items that are out of the “ordinary” to enable process improvement. Keep reading to learn how to get the most out of the Speed report.
Understanding the distribution of your team’s work can help you make better decisions about how work is planned, prioritized, and assigned.
We recently introduced improved Distribution and Assigned User Reports in LeanKit to make distribution information easier to read and interpret – especially if your board is used by a large team with a high volume of cards flowing through.
A picture’s worth a thousand words — unless, of course, it conveys outdated or incomplete data. With LeanKit’s new Custom Reporting, you can answer your burning questions faster — and more accurately.
LeanKit’s Custom Reporting solution offers quick insight to help you:
- Highlight organizational trends with cross-board reporting
- Meet your unique needs with custom reports, charts, and graphs
- Ensure common understanding via easy report sharing
Jon Terry, COO at LeanKit, shares the most recent product enhancements, discusses what’s currently in progress, and provides a look at what’s ahead in LeanKit.
To find improvement opportunities, you look to the data. It offers the hard numbers that can help answer questions such as “Will we finish the work in time?” or “How can we adjust the process to improve flow?”
LeanKit’s metrics and reports provide you with the data-driven insights you need to answer the tough questions. We’ve been overhauling our reporting engine to make our reports even faster and easier to use.
As the improvements gradually roll out, you’ll see the following enhancements:
- Improved performance: Generate and interact with your LeanKit reports more quickly
- Advanced sharing options: Communicate data points with your peers more easily
- Interactive reporting: Zoom in or out, and instantly include or exclude data ranges
In a recent survey to further understand your analytics and reporting interests, we asked the following question: “What analytics do you use now, and which ones would you like to use in the future?” Thanks for sharing your preferences with us. Here’s a quick summary of the results.
With advancements coming soon to LeanKit analytics, we’re looking to learn more about your reporting interests. Do you want more Lean, Scrum, SAFe, or general project management reports? Do you want to know more about individuals, teams, projects, or the entire portfolio?
Use the survey below to let us know which reports you use today — whether inside LeanKit or in another tool — and which analytics you’re interested in using in the future. We’ll publish the results in the April newsletter.