function as communication tools that help facilitate rapid learning between project team members. Whether you choose to display your thoughts openly, talk to team members and stakeholders in person, or use annotated screen captures. Talk with your team members about other ways you can share useful, timely information to help stakeholders make good decisions.
I have more low-tech tools in my toolkit to help me test quickly and efficiently, including things like text editors (for blink tests and capturing notes), spreadsheets (for analysis and presentation), and sticky notes (for risk assessment and strategy development). They are all readily available and cost little or nothing to acquire, although some skill and creativity is required to use them well. As long as you remember to use your most important tool, your brain, you may find simple solutions all around you. That sounds agile to me.
 Alistair Cockburn, “Information Radiator” http://alistair.cockburn.us/Information+radiator
 For more information on testing dashboards, see my blog post titled “Radiating Testing Information” http://swtester.blogspot.ca/2011/03/radiating-testing-information-part-1.html