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Agile Artifacts


Agile Artifacts and What Happens After

Agile Artifacts are one of the best ways to keep track of progress.

Each of these artifacts is used to track the progress of a team over the course of a project and usually includes some combination of the following elements:

Four icons. 1. Mission statement, 2. Project roadmap, 3. Product Backlogs, 4. Sprint backlogs

  1. Mission statement: This sums up the company’s core values and the main goals fro the project.
  2. Project roadmap: This is a high-level document, which summarises a general time from for project components and allows the team verify where they should be at a certain time throughout the project, and what is coming next.
  3. Product Backlogs: A full list of the requirements for the project.
  4. Sprint backlogs: The current set of tasks and information that makes up the current sprint. A manager can examine past sprints to better plan future sprints.

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