Agile Teamwork Template

Harness the power of Agile, an iteration-based approach to development. This Wrike template helps you prioritize a backlog for planning, managing sprints with boards, and tracking progress using reports.
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Unleash the power of the Agile project management methodology

The Agile teamwork methodology is a favorite amongst modern software-development teams. Their teams work, and deliver results, faster on average than teams that follow other methodologies.

In order to embrace the adaptability and speed of Agile, you need a tool that will help structure your work and support your Agile team-development workflow. Wrike was built with Agile teams in mind. This template enables you to easily prioritize your backlog and set up Agile sprints, manage your scrum meetings, and report on progress using reports.

Why you need this template

No visibility across teams

No visibility across teams

Wrike was built for collaboration across Agile teams. Organize your workflows into Wrike’s dashboard, and prioritize your backlog for impactful sprints.

Communication lacks focus

Communication lacks focus

Use Wrike to instantly update team members and give people visibility into projects. The activity stream in Wrike provides a live feed of all project updates automatically, saving hours or even entire days.

It's difficult to prioritize work

It's difficult to prioritize work

Wrike’s dynamic work-intake forms provide a clear way to prioritize and manage incoming requests. This helps teams better plan their weekly sprints and collaborate on shared projects.

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How to use the Agile Teamwork Template in Wrike

All teams are different and one size doesn’t fit all. This setup provides a base configuration and sample data to demonstrate one of the possible ways an agile development team could work in Wrike.

Method to madness

There are 4 major steps in the process and 4 tasks in this guide. Each contains instructions on how to apply various platform features and bind them into a sensible flow. Use it as a starting point to get a taste of Wrike, improve to fit your current process, or just learn something new.

What’s inside?

  1. The Software Dev Team space and several sub-folders and projects to organize your work, including this guide. Feel free to edit this structure any way you see fit.
  2. Request form Submit a Product Bug to help external stakeholders report bugs.
  3. Calendar-based roadmap Product Initiatives for high-level planning and reporting
  4. Product Management, Agile Workflow and Meeting Action Items custom workflows you can edit via 'Account Management'.
  5. Dashboards to monitor progress:
  • Team Dashboard shows prioritized lists of tasks for different work types.
  • Team Meetings Dashboard helps you monitor the progress of retrospective actions

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