Tag Archives: Scrum

How to ease reluctant teams into Scrum using Scrumban

How do I get my team to do Scrum? It’s a question that we hear a lot, and the following is one potential answer from an excerpt of The Scrumban [R]Evolution – Getting the Most Out of Agile, Scrum and Lean Kanban by Ajay Reddy, one of the co-founders of ScrumDo Although Scrum (and Agile…

Kiosk Mode in Agile Spaces

‘Agile spaces’ are open team work areas, usually without any physical barriers to promote collaboration. ‘Agile Spaces’ have been very effective for many ScrumDo customers in helping improve collaboration and real time information exchange. These spaces have a large information radiator in addition to whiteboard space, conferencing equipment and enough room where groups can work…

What is Scrumban & Why Should I Care?

When Kanban is applied to Scrum, the resulting framework is called Scrumban. Scrum tools don’t have all the necessary features and metrics to manage the Kanban side of the house. And Kanban tools don’t have the necessary features and functionality to manage the Scrum side of the house. We created ScrumDo for Scrum from the…

Looking at Kanban

Today, Agile and Scrum are mainstream, and here at ScrumDo we’ve built a business out of providing one of the leading Scrum tools on the market since 2010. In the last couple of years, Kanban has been rapidly growing in the agile software development community. If you’ve been hearing about Kanban, you might have a…

Handling bugs scrum

I was talking with a company that is one of ScrumDo’s largest users the other day. They have a complex bug tracking and verification system that integrates test plan development, bug tracking, and tracking field issues. They are highly invested in that system, and are also highly invested in Scrum for new development. There are…

Scrum log

Tonight we pushed out a change that adds a “Scrum Log” to your project page. It’s meant to be a place where you can record daily status messages (perhaps from your daily stand-up?). There are two icons you can click on the left of the message. The first turns the message into a “team” message…