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Agile Artifacts

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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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