Planned vs Actual Burndown
I recently discovered the Burndown template that is available in Analyze. What I would like to see is two separate data types (1) Burndown by Completion Date and (2) Burndown by [Original] Due Dates.
Would be interesting to see these two lines on a chart to see how we planned/if we planned properly versus what we actually hit/completion dates.
I've taken a few stabs at trying to edit the formula to plot the original due dates but I am not able to nail it. Any advice? Has anyone else tried capturing a similar burndown report?
Use case: review this burndown at project debrief/closeout to see where we strayed from the path and how we can improve the project plan for next time.
I'd also love to see something like this
We don't have Analyze yet - but this too is something we'd be interested in seeing in action!
One of our groups uses a burn down chart in their project summary report. They have two graphs, planned and actual. We have not tried to get this into one graph yet, but here is our example.
At the moment we do not use this. As Wrike does not provide all information about projects (e.g. finance is working outside Wrike), we export all data via API and make charts and all kind of analysis outside Wrike.
We don't have analyze as of yet but great information as I try to cost justify and share features with other the teams!
We also do not have Analyze, but I'm fascinated by the data you can capture and evaluate with it.
Where do you find the burndown template?
Hey Sarah Irrer, I can see our Wrike Analyze expert has contacted you about this 👍
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