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Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)
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Scrum Icons: Artefacts 2

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Scrum Icons: Artefacts 2" presents four key concepts associated with Scrum artifacts. "Vision" suggests a guiding idea or goal for the project, represented visually by a lightbulb, indicating the generation of ideas or inspiration. "Sprint Goal" is depicted with a finish line banner, symbolizing the target to be met by the end of the sprint. "Planning" is shown as a flip chart, representing the process of strategizing and structuring the sprint. Finally, "Definition of done" is illustrated by two checkmarked boxes, highlighting the criteria that determine when an item can be considered finished.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, giving a clean and minimalistic look.
  • The title "Scrum Icons: Artefacts 2" is at the top in a large, bold, and dark font.
  • Four stylized icons are centered on the slide, two on the top row and two on the bottom, each relating to a Scrum concept.
  • Each icon has a corresponding label beneath it, framed by a light grey box with darker grey side accents.
  • The icons include:
  • A lightbulb representing "Vision."
  • A finish line with a "GOAL" banner for "Sprint Goal."
  • A flip chart for "Planning."
  • Two overlapping checkmarked boxes for "Definition of done."
  • The graphics utilize a color scheme of blues, greys, and a tint of yellow for the lightbulb, creating visual consistency.

The slide's overall look is professional and visually balanced. The use of simple icons with descriptive labels effectively communicates each Scrum concept at a glance.

Use Cases

  • To introduce and explain the key artifacts in a Scrum training or workshop.
  • During sprint planning meetings to emphasize the key concepts and necessary criteria for the sprint.
  • In a management presentation to summarize Sc urrent Scrum processes and methodologies being adopted.
  • As part of an educational resource for new team members to familiarize them with the Scrum framework.

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