There are two ways to organize work in Targetprocess 3: Projects and Teams. You can have one team that works on several projects. Or you can have a large project with several teams working on it. Any crazy
Grouping projects into programs.
Helps to decide if Teams are required. Adding teams, and distributing users and work by teams. Creating Team Iterations.
We like to say that you don’t need to change your process to fit a tool, instead you need a tool that fits your process. In Targetprocess, you can create your own unique process workflow and benefit greatly from
There are two types of Iterations: Iterations (Project Iterations, Sprints, Project Sprints) and Team Iterations (Team Sprints). Both serve the same purpose: organizing work for planning, tracking, and reporting. The main difference between them is the scope of work each type may contain.
In this video we’ll talk about relations between teams and projects. You’ll learn how to organize your data in Targetprocess so that you can map it to the reality of your company’s structure. First, we’ll look at how teams