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Additional Scrum Artefacts 2

Slide Content

The slide titled "Additional Scrum Artefacts 2" discusses supplementary components used in Scrum project management. Featuring graphical representations, it introduces the "Female Scrum Master" as a key role with her visual holding a megaphone, suggesting a communication or facilitation function. "Female Product Owner" is depicted with a locked box, illustrating ownership or responsibility for the product. "Reporting" likely indicates the process required to track progress. "Scrum board (extendable)" is shown with sticky notes, representing tasks that can be organized for visibility. Lastly, "large and midsize Backlog (extendable)" suggests categories of work items waiting to be addressed, with the ability to expand for larger projects.

Graphical Look

  • A large, bold title at the top of the slide reads "Additional Scrum Artefacts 2".
  • Four light grey, horizontal rectangles serve as labels for their corresponding elements.
  • Cartoon-style, stick-figure icons depict people with accent colors of orange and grey, giving a friendly and approachable appearance to the roles indicated.
  • A visual representation of a Scrum board shows sticky notes with scribbles and cross marks, symbolizing tasks in various states of completion.
  • Images depicting lists next to a large vertical rectangle represent the backlog, showing lines as list items and suggesting a long sequence of tasks or product features.
  • Arrows pointing downward above the Scrum board and backlog emphasize the idea that these elements can be extended or added to, conveying scalability.
  • The icons and graphical elements are flat with some drop shadows, creating a modern and clean look.

The overall look of the slide is clear and engaging, utilizing simple graphics to represent complex concepts in an easily digestible format. The color scheme and design are consistent, providing a professional aesthetic suitable for a business presentation.

Use Cases

  • In a project kick-off meeting to introduce the Scrum framework and its elements to the team - During Scrum or Agile training sessions, to explain the additional artifacts that can be used beyond the core Scrum elements.
  • In a team retrospective, to analyze which Scrum artifacts were used effectively and which could be adopted for future sprints.
  • During stakeholder presentations, to showcase how the project management process is being enhanced with supplementary Scrum artifacts.

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