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Re: Scrum Room Decorating

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  • davenicolette
    What, no gong? No marshmallow blow-gun?
    Message 1 of 8 , Apr 29, 2009
      What, no gong? No marshmallow blow-gun?

      --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, <kellie.morrell@...> wrote:
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      > George,
      >
      > We have had a Scrum Room for over a year and these are the items we find
      > helpful.
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      > White boards w- markers
      > Several Workstations to do Test driven development
      > Large Calendar - with sprint demo dates, holiday's etc
      > Speaker phone for conferences
      > Clock
      > Task Board
      > Team Member's availability matrix - vacation, training, out of office,
      > etc. (simple ms excel spreadsheet)
      > Story dependencies chart (ms excel)
      > Design diagrams with server names, connections, etc.
      > and of course food
      >
      > Good luck!
      >
      >
      > Kellie Morrell, PMP, CSM, CSP
      > Project Manager
      > Mutual of Omaha
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      > "George
      > Dinwiddie"
      > <lists@idiacomput To
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      > scrumdevelopment@
      > yahoogroups.com Subject
      > Re: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum Room
      > Decorating
      > 04/29/2009 12:37
      > PM
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      > Please respond to
      > scrumdevelopment@
      > yahoogroups.com
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      > kevinsts wrote:
      > > Our team recently relocated to be closer together. We have a 12 X 12
      > > meeting room in our new area that we can use for our taskboard and
      > > whatever else we want. I was wondering if there are other
      > > recommendations from the group on setting up a scrum room and making
      > > meaningful use of the space.
      >
      > I would put the question to the team. And expect it to change over
      > time. Put up things that seem valuable. Take down things that are
      > being ignored. Experiment.
      >
      > - George
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