So how can you plan capacity?
There are several ways:1.
Make sure your team is skilled and knowledgeable enough to handle the workload. This means that they have all the skills needed (including technical knowledge) and they're able to work well together as a team.2.
You should also make sure that your project managers know how to manage their teams effectively so they can ensure that projects are completed on time and with high-quality standards. A good PM will also know how much time it takes for each task within each project so they can accurately estimate when work will be completed based on what's been done so far—and then adjust accordingly if something goes wrong (or right!).3.
Finally, consider using software like Jira as part of your capacity planning process because it can help you keep track of all this information in one place instead of having it spread across multiple documents or spreadsheets.
Capacity planning is not an easy task to manage, no matter how many human/non-human resources you have. Imagine the situation: PM has several projects, multiple teams, and dozens of tasks to handle so there is an objective need to visualize all processes on the global and detailed levels. Jira doesn’t provide a such deep picture, but there is always a way out. Jira offers a variety of great add-ons that will help users to manage processes more efficiently.
In this article, we will discuss several approaches for capacity planning in Jira
with the help of ActivityTimeline.