JIRA Dashboarding provides insight into current software development status through strategic-level development dashboards configured to display many different types of information about a given software product.
What is a JIRA Dashboard, and what are best practices, tools and templates for teams and organizations?
Definition of Jira Dashboarding
Description of Jira Dashboarding
Many articles exist about Jira Dashboarding but most of these focus on the detailed process of software development. When it comes to sharing Jira data with business executives, the problem is that many inherent Jira Dashboards provide too much detail, and only project can be viewed at a time.
Typical Jira Dashboards can display important information such as burndown charts, sprint health, bug reports, issue statistics, and work added vs. work completed over time. Jira also provides many different ways to filter issues so you can more easily manage your SCRUM team’s tasks and priorities.
Most business executives, and many software executives, only want to view high level project status. Jira dashboarding can provide this higher level current status pulled from Jira to only expose important high-level data like completed vs. to-do tasks, total number of bugs, and sprint health
Tools & Templates
Jira Dashboarding tools and templates include many kinds of charting software and even spreadsheets.