Notion – Agile Project Plan Template (with Gantt Chart)

Use this agile project plan template to plan, manage, and visualize tasks within your agile project to identify potential project delays and keep key stakeholders in sync.

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Notion – Agile Project Plan Template (with Gantt Chart)

Use this agile project plan template to plan, manage, and visualize tasks within your agile project to identify potential project delays and keep key stakeholders in sync. A feature-based project plan is an estimate of what work will be done during a given period of time. Features represent the smallest units of functionality that can be completed within a certain amount of time. Each feature should include a description of what it does, who will do it, and when it will be complete. The plan also includes estimated hours spent on each task. A project plan is a tool used to manage projects. Project plans can help teams visualize how they’re progressing through a project, identify potential problems early, and make decisions about what needs to happen next. They can also be used to track progress against key performance indicators, such as deadlines and budget targets. In addition, they provide a great deal of information about the team members’ roles within the project.

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What you need before purchase

  • Basic knowledge of how to use Notion
  • Paid Notion account if you’ve looking to add lots of content to your template / Notion account (sign up here). Not much content? You’re able to use their free account.

After purchase, you’ll be able to view the template immediately. The template can be added to your Notion account by:

  • Click on the template download link in Gumroad
  • When viewing the Notion template, click on the “Duplicate” link in the top-right of your screen
  • The template will now be available in your own Notion account

For ongoing use, the steps are:

  • Login to Notion and select the template you want to view
  • Click on the Duplicate link in the top-right of your screen to create a copy to use
  • You’ll be able to retain the Notion template and work on the Duplicate (with a new name) and can repeat this process whenever you want to use the template again

 

What is agile planning?

Agile project management is a method of managing projects that emphasizes the use of small, iterative releases over long-term planning and large, one-time deliverables. The goal of agile project management is to produce software at a rapid pace with high quality. This article will help you understand what agile project planning is all about.

 

The Scrum approach to planning—how to start thinking in an Agile way

Scrum was developed by Jeff Sutherland as a framework for building products using iterative development. It’s based on the idea that teams should be able to work together effectively without being constrained by traditional project management processes. In Scrum, there are three main roles: Product Owner, Development Team, and Scrum Master. The Product Owner is responsible for defining the product requirements and ensuring they are met throughout the project. He or she also helps the team plan the project. The Development Team consists of members who have been selected by the Product Owner to develop the product. They meet regularly to discuss their progress and collaborate on solutions. Finally, the Scrum Master is responsible for helping the team run smoothly.

 

How to build your own Agile Project Plan

In order to successfully manage any project, it’s important to first define its scope. You can do this by creating a Gantt chart (or similar) showing the milestones and tasks required to complete the project. Once you know what needs to be done, you can then set up the project plan. To begin, you need to decide how many iterations you want to make during the project. For example, if you think your project will take six months, you might choose to break it into two sprints lasting four weeks each. If you think it will take longer than that, you could split it into three sprints. Next, determine which tools and techniques you will use to track the project. Do you prefer paper or electronic? Will you use a spreadsheet program like Notion, Excel or Google Sheets, or something more specialized? How much time will you spend tracking the project? Finally, you must identify the people involved in the project. Who will be working on it? Who else will be affected by it? Who will be providing input? Who will be reviewing the results? These questions will help you determine whether you need to involve other stakeholders in the process.

Once you have defined the project plan, you can move forward with the project. You can assign tasks to individuals or groups within the team, and keep them updated on the status of the project. As the project progresses, you can adjust the plan accordingly.

 

Sprint Planning Process

Before starting a new Sprint, you should review the previous Sprint Backlog and update it with any relevant information. Then, you can use the following steps to prepare for the next Sprint.

  1. Establish the Sprint Goal
  2. Determine the Sprint Backlog Items
  3. Identify the Sprint Backlog Tasks
  4. Create the Sprint Burndown Chart
  5. Set Up Daily Standups
  6. Review the Sprint Retrospective
  7. Update the Sprint Goals
  8. Start the Next Sprint
  9. End the Current Sprint
  10. Close the Sprint Backlog
  11. Complete the Sprint Retrospective
  12. Prepare for the Next Sprint
  13. Release the New Version
  14. Close the Sprint Back Log
  15. Finalize the Sprint Report
  16. Close the Sprint
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