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Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)
from deck Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)

Scrum: Full process

Slide Content

The slide outlines the scrum process, a framework for agile project management. It begins with the "Vision," indicating the project's initiation based on a concept or idea. The "Stakeholder" and "Product Owner" are the next steps; they represent the individuals with an interest in the project and the person responsible for maximizing the value of the product, respectively. The central circular arrow labeled "Daily Stand-Up" symbolizes the daily meeting where team members synchronize activities. Moving clockwise, the process continues with the "Sprint," a time-boxed iteration where "Developers" work on tasks, the "Scrum Master" facilitates the process, and "Burndown Charts" track progress. The cycle concludes with a "Sprint Review" to assess the work done, leading to potentially "Shippable Product."

Graphical Look

  • The slide utilizes a green and blue color scheme with yellow highlights.
  • A large curved arrow dominates the center of the slide, depicting the continuous nature of the scrum process.
  • Smaller circular shapes, also in green and blue, contain icons and text to represent different stages and roles in the process.
  • Stick figure characters perform actions corresponding to the scrum roles, such as holding a light bulb for Vision and a chart for Burndown Charts.
  • Directional arrows interconnect the stages, indicating the flow and sequence of activities.
  • A rising arrow at the bottom signifies the backlog prioritization leading up to the Sprint.
  • A thick purple and pink striped arrow points towards a 3D cube, representing the final product.

The graphical elements, consisting of colorful arrows and icons, provide a dynamic and illustrative depiction of the scrum process' cyclical nature. The imagery helps convey the collaborative and iterative aspects of the workflow.

Use Cases

  • During an introduction to Agile methodology in a corporate training or workshop.
  • In project kickoff meetings to explain the workflow to new team members or stakeholders.
  • As part of a project management office presentation to illustrate the transition to or utilization of scrum methodologies.
  • During sprint retrospective meetings to reinforce the structure and flow of the process and identify areas for improvement.

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