Logo Portfolio Management

By admin, August 10, 2014

If you have a lot of work going on in your portfolio, using lego can be a great way to consolidate the information, highlight risk and have fun at the same time.

When using a lego portfolio board you can:

  • use duplo height to represent the value of the project
  • use duplo colour to represent the domain or business area of the project
  • mix it up with duplo and lego – duplo to represent the project elements and lego to represent the people elements
  • use the number of duplo holes to represent the number of people needed
  • use the lego colour to represent the types of people needed
  • stack the lego colour twice – once to represent the demand, and a second row if the demand has been met
  • highlight idle people
  • highlight projects by flow
  • visualise risk by seeing in flight work with unmet people shortages

Submitted by: @AgileRenee

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