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Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)
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Scrum Icons: Artefacts 3

Slide Content

This slide presents a collection of icons related to common Scrum artifacts, represented in a stylized manner. Each icon is matched with a text label: The "Time" icon suggests the importance of time management in Scrum. The "Meeting, Round table" icon represents collaborative discussions that are a key part of the Scrum process. "Issue, Question" likely denotes the addressing of obstacles and inquiries during the development process. "OK sign, Thumbs up / down" points to feedback mechanisms and approval processes, while "Document thumbnail" may symbolize product backlogs or Sprint documentation.

Graphical Look

  • Three large stylized icons on the top row, with three similar icons on the bottom row.
  • Each icon is paired with a rectangular label below it, where the related concept is explained in a brief text.
  • The icons are hand-drawn and feature a sketch-like, doodle style, using a green, white, and shades of gray color palette.
  • The slide background is a light shade, possibly white or a very soft color, providing high contrast for the icons and text.
  • The icons represent a clock, a circular arrangement of dots (round table), an exclamation mark inside a speech bubble, a pair of hands with thumbs up/thumbs down gestures, and a stylized representation of a document.
  • Each icon sits on its own slightly darker rectangular platform that extends to the right side, connecting to the text labels.

The overall look of the slide is modern and playful, appealing to a corporate audience with its clean design and easy-to-understand visuals.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the topic of Scrum artifacts in training sessions for software development teams.
  • As part of a presentation for stakeholders to explain the different components of the Scrum process.
  • In educational materials for new employees to familiarize them with the Scrum methodology and its terminologies.
  • During sprint planning meetings as a visual aid to reinforce the concepts and activities associated with each Scrum artifact.

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