In the industry of software development, BI tools keep raising one of the most burning questions: should teams accept or reject the concept of agile workflow, a methodology that allows programmers to be versatile and innovative throughout providing what the user needs.
Managers that inflict highly organized plans with specified roles and rigid time frames, squeeze software engineers into constricting environments. The problem is that factors like estimated time and actual delivery time leave no space for technicians to release their creative and improvisatory ways of working together.
Coders yearn for collaboration in sprints, and sometimes want to set the workload themselves. But from the corporate viewpoint, the workload on a team results in increased outcomes. The secret to efficient agile development is enabling flexibility while keeping the organization going.
Resource management requires BI tools to address some of the most urgent issues and tasks per member, such as the type of tickets or average bug testing time. Developers can easily handle self-management and diverge on their objectives by helping to monitor the campaign and coordinate the advance of the team, especially in a sprint.
These technologies do not put strict protocols and responsibilities, but rather make the job easier for everyone.