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Scrum Meetings – Daily Scrum

Slide Content

The slide presents two key graphical elements to represent aspects of Scrum meetings, specifically the Daily Scrum. The first graphic labeled 'Big icon' seemingly illustrates a clock surrounded by multiple smaller orange circles, potentially symbolizing the time-sensitive and cyclical nature of daily stand-up meetings. The 'Thumbnail icon' also includes a clock image with a single orange circle, possibly representing a more focused view of a singular aspect or point in time during the Daily Scrum.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is plain white, providing a clean, uncluttered canvas for the content.
  • At the top, the slide title "Scrum Meetings – Daily Scrum" is presented in a bold, dark-colored font, centered on the slide.
  • There are two main graphical objects on the slide, both featuring clocks, and they're placed side by side.
  • The first graphic, the 'Big icon', shows a stylized square border with a large clock in the center, with small orange circles around it, representing timing or iteration.
  • The second graphic, the 'Thumbnail icon', has a smaller, circular design with a similar clock image and a single orange circle, indicating a zoomed-out or lesser focus.
  • Both graphics are situated on a light grey rectangular shape that serves as a platform, giving a sense of grounding to the icons.
  • Underneath each graphic is a caption in a smaller font, labeling them as 'Big icon' and 'Thumbnail icon' respectively.

The graphical look is minimalist and modern with the usage of simple shapes and limited color palette, making it visually appealing and easy to interpret.

Use Cases

  • To introduce a section or topic on Daily Scrum meetings within a larger presentation on Scrum or Agile methodologies.
  • As a visual aid during a training session or workshop about the Scrum framework, particularly focusing on the role and structure of Daily Scrums.
  • In a process improvement meeting to compare different meeting structures and illustrate the time-boxed nature of a Daily Scrum.
  • At the beginning of a Sprint to remind team members of the importance and elements of effective Daily Scrums.

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