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Introducing Scrum||Boards

Three physical Scrum Task Boards designed to:

  • Improve the effectiveness of Scrum development
  • Make iterations more satisfying
  • Reduce the time and money required to produce quality software.

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Physical ScrumBoards

Provide Project Transparency
  • Makes it easier to stay on budget and on time
  • Creates trust & accountability
  • Engineers become better aligned with business values
Stimulate Team Interaction
  • Helps cultivate team synergy
  • Encourages team collaboration and innovation
  • Focalpoint for Daily Standups
Boosts Productivity
  • Ensures the most relevant software is built first
  • Promotes software being released frequently.
  • Kanban design to minimize waste
Increases Return On Investment
  • Better returns from your engineering budget
  • More project successes
  • Less costly failures due to earlier detection

Satisfaction Guaranteed

With our ScrumBoards, your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed! and our customers get friendly personal support from Alex Stoneham, a Software engineer who has been practicing Scrum for over 5 years.

ScrumBoards help teams create project transparency, increase team interactions, and reduce unnecessary distractions.

How to Use Scrumboards

  What is Scrum? Scrum is an agile way to manage a project usually for software development. Agile software development with Scrum is often perceived as a methodology, but one needs to think of it as a framework for managing a process. Scrum is an Agile framework for completing a complex project. It was originally formalized […]

Introduction to Scrum Terms

An Introduction to Scrum Terms An introduction wouldn’t be complete without knowing the Scrum terms that you’ll be using. We will discuss the most common concepts in Scrum: Scrum Team A typical scrum team has between five and nine people but a Scrum project could easily scale into a hundred. However, Scrum can easily be […]

Creating an Agile Environment

How to create an Agile Environment? Putting an Agile team and following an Agile framework takes time. A team needs to feel comfortable with an Agile process and they need time to learn how to interact with each other. A manager also needs time to learn how lead in an Agile environment. The team would […]

Physical Scrum Task-boards & their benefits

Whether new to Scrum or a seasoned pro, Scrum||Falcon – scrumboards.com/falcon Scrum||Hawk – scrumboards.com/hawk and   Scrum||Eagle – scrumboards.com/eagle provides great support for a one-three, four-eight and six-ten person Scrum team to do Scrum Development well, iteration after iteration. It makes Scrum easier. Physical Scrum Task-boards and Scrum development Many teams like having a physical scrumboard to complement their scrum software subscriptions out there since […]

Who’d Use Our Scrumboards

Scrum||Boards are good for tracking a project’s: User Stories – self contained feature descriptions of the software being built Tasks –Server Deployments, Data migrations, Regression Testing Software Defects Others terms for the above call them tickets, todo-items, issues, and bugs. They are great in software industry for software development teams who are considering Scrum as […]

Project Transparency

Based on completed work (in Points) over time (in days), our Burndown Charts are a easy to read graph. Engineers, managers and customers can clearly see scheduling problems and can have more opportunity to provide input and adapt at the most appropriate times. Our Scrum||Boards constantly broadcast: What the team is actively working on. How […]

Team Interaction

  The more a team interacts, the higher chance a team has of: Becoming stronger as a unit as time passes since a positive social fabric can form where people will come in early, stay late, and devote more of their energy to solving problems. Generate creations previously unimagined Fostering the learning and growth of […]

Whats included with a Task Board

The Artifacts of a Scrum||Board…what is included. Specialized Board Specifically designed for Scrum development, the boards have an ultra-smooth, magnetic and dry erasable surface with superior writability, erasability and color contrast. Its Inner Taskboard template clearly presents Stories, Defined, In Progress, Verify and Done columns while the Burndown Chart plots progress (in Points) over time […]

Importance of an attractive Scrum||Board

Most physical Scrum Boards are made without giving much thought to aesthetics and usability. They are made quickly, cheaply, and lack attention to detail. Large post-its, small post-its, index cards, etc. are placed inside of hand-drawn columns usually without many (if any) guidelines regarding the use of colors, materials, or processes for using the board. […]

Using Our Scrum||Boards

1 Prepare an Iteration 1.1 Define 1.2 Prioritize 1.3 Estimate 1.3 Scope 2 Execute and Observe the Iteration 2.1 Let the team choose 2.2 Formulate the how from the what 2.3 In Progress, Verified, Done 2.4 The Daily Standup 3 Reflect and Change 3.1 Ending Each Iteration 3.2 Demonstrable Software 3.3 Burndown Chart Prepare an […]

Benefits of a Task Board

  • Complements Software Management Tools

    Our Scrum||Boards Task boards enhance teams already using issue tracking tools, whether they are Scrum based or not. Sometimes software and physical tools can coexist and partner well together.

  • Elegant Aesthetics

    Pleasant visual design triggers team innovation and makes difficulties your engineers are facing more tolerable. The results are happier team members, better products and quicker development.

  • Durability and Reusability

    All Task boards & cards are magnetic, dry-erasable & have printed Scrum templates. Lost post-its, incorrect templates & time spent writing new User Stories & drawing new Burndown Charts becomes a thing of the past.

  • Everything Needed To Do Scrum Right

    We designed our Scrum||Boards so that teams have everything they need to begin doing Scrum right, straight-out-of-the-box. This takes the guesswork out from teams new to Scrum while enabling those already doing it to be even more productive.

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