Physical boards rule
Most of us, weathered SCRUM practitioners use SCRUM boards to represent Sprint Backlog. Some use an “analogue” board hung somewhere in the room, others content themselves with digital tools (e.g. JIRA). Personally, I’m a great supporter of the first type, as boards:
provide a natural “muster
point” for the team, when the action plan must be discussed.
– are irreplaceable during daily SCRUMs and provide ideal background for discussion (everyone knows what is being discussed, can point to a note with a specific task, and can review their notes to recall what they’ve recently worked on)
– are close enough to let you take your eyes off the keyboard to learn how the ...