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Trello

We use Trello to track talent team internal projects.

How to find Trello

  • Log into Trello via your CDS Google account.
  • View our đź”’ Trello board.
  • If you need to be able to edit cards, ask Andrea for an invitation.

What we put on Trello

Trello is where we track basic information about ongoing, non-staffing-specific details. We track information like:

  • The name of the project (example: “progressions for delivery teams”)
  • Who’s taking the lead on it and who is else is involved
  • Notes on project progress
  • Checklist of steps

What we don’t put on Trello

Like Google Drive, Trello can’t hold protected data. Store this information in GCDocs or our secure filing cabinet.

Who uses Trello when

  • Talent Team Members are responsible for updating their project cards.
  • Enter projects as you start working on them.
  • Update the project card as you do work on the project.
  • Move it to the current session column when you’re done with it.
  • We review all trello cards during our biweekly retro and backlog refinement meetings.

Why do we do this?

Trello serves three purposes:

  • It keeps us up to date of each others work.
  • It saves Andrea and others from asking what you’re doing, when.
  • We use it to check against our progress on đź”’ our key results

  • Last updated by Andrea on August 28, 2019