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Here is a methodology that I used for one dashboard project managedunder an agile-scrum methodology The scope was a 30 development teamwith four people working on the dashboard front-end components Thisnumber was to grow so we had to find a elegant solutionProblem statementDashboards by their structure and to conform to best practice designoften duplicate many visual elements The bar graph that is used underan Employee Turnover metric for Department X can also be use fordepartment Y Both panes can be located in separate section of thedashboard To keep uniformity of interactivity and design usually bothwill have the same functional requirements How to best manage thisunder and agile frameworkStarting under the assumption that we gather the requirement using userstories we found that in workshops we kept asking the followingIs this behaviour the same as in Chart X What about Chart Y Needless to say we ended up with a matrix of functional requirementsthat reminded us the worst parts of our algebraic classes Out of this came the concept of what I call Template User Stories Theidea is to create a generic user requirement in user story format andto put all the generic elements of the story that are applied to othercomponents in this generic story These stories are put into a separateBacklog artefact which is never to be worked on Its main purpose is tohold the core requirements in a grouping of some sort for easy referralFor example the navigation elements of all the charts in a dashboardwould be kept under a user story titled Chart UI Story If the toolsupports it we can also assign one or many categories to the elementThe development team now assigns story points to this requirement andcan even to their task breakdown directly on the Template User Story Irecommend caution on this last point since the specific of a visualcomponent implementation can vary with the underlying source andframework The goal here is to keep things simple and to create
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