The Scrum method enables all participants of product development to constantly communicate and exchange information. Continuous supervision and improvement optimize product development.
Economic and Efficient Product Development
Scrum is a crucial part of project management. It defines a procedure to make product development clear and transparent for customers as well as contractors. Scrum was originally created for software development but became an established approach for product development in general.
The Scrum theory consists of three major principles: transparency (a common understanding of standards and process definitions), inspection (tracking sprint goals) and adaption (quickly adapting to possible deviations). All participants of the Scrum process are called the Scrum team and can be divided into three parties: the product owner, the developers/testers and the Scrum master, who supervises the project and communicates with the other participants.
Businesses in every industry developing products of any kind can benefit from applying Scrum techniques. This way one saves production costs and optimizes the development process due to continuous exchange of information between all participants. Communication and interaction are of highest significance when applying the Scrum principles.
Scrum Worksheets for PowerPoint
A number of worksheets explain the Scrum process, the Scrum team, the Scrum sprint and many other factors concerning the Scrum project. You will be provided with tables, explanations and working aids to document and present SCRUM results. The PowerPoint set accompanies your during the whole Scrum process, offers you guidance in developing products and to present any Scrum issue in PowerPoint.
By Using the Scrum Toolbox You
- learn everything about Scrum
- structure your work during the Scrum process
- get an extensive collection of charts and illustrations concerning the Scrum principles
The PowerPoint Toolbox Includes:
- Scrum definition
- Scrum theory
- definitions and examples of the Scrum team: product owner, developer und the Scrum master
- templates for Scrum results
- Scrum sprints
- charts on Scrum processes
- Scrum Board template
- product backlog template
- sprint backlog template
- example of an ideal sprint & burndown chart