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Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)
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Additional Scrum Artefacts 2

Slide Content

The slide titled "Additional Scrum Artefacts 2" details various elements pertaining to the Scrum agile framework. There are three main concepts presented: Female Scrum Master, Female Product Owner, and Reporting—each corresponds to a role in the Scrum Team or an activity they perform. The slide also features a Scrum board, representing a tool for tracking work progress, and large and midsize Backlog, symbolizing a list of pending tasks that can be extended as needed.

Graphical Look

  • Two stylized human figures representing the Female Scrum Master and Female Product Owner, both depicted with gender symbols and accessories that denote their roles (megaphone and puzzle cube).
  • An icon for Reporting, represented by a human figure with a document.
  • A Scrum board graphic with various sticky notes containing checkmarks, crosses, and scribbles to mimic real-life progress tracking.
  • Illustrations of a large and a midsize Backlog, portrayed as documents with lines suggesting text, emphasizing the extendability of the backlog entries.
  • Arrows pointing downwards toward text boxes for the Scrum board and Backlog, suggesting these are elements that can be elaborated on or extended.

The overall look of the slide is clean and modern, with a clear visual hierarchy that facilitates understanding of the Scrum process roles and artifacts. The use of simple icons and illustrations along with directional arrows creates an intuitive flow that guides the viewer through the content.

Use Cases

  • To explain the roles and responsibilities of Scrum Team members in a training session or workshop.
  • As part of an informational presentation to stakeholders unfamiliar with the Scrum methodology.
  • In project kick-off meetings to define the tools and artifacts that will be used for managing the work.
  • During team discussions to reinforce understanding of supplementary Scrum artifacts and how to utilize them effectively.

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