Project Background

The point of departure for the interactive scrum board project was a shared experience that the existing Scrum tools primarily are designed to support project management and do not sufficiently support the developers’ work processes.

Delta, who are specialized in agile processes and have long experience in helping organisations implement scrum, were the one’s to make the initial proposal. We at the Alexandra Institute did not hesitate to go along. Over the past years our New Ways of Working Lab has made at number of work studies in software companies, and these studies has shown that developers often felt burdened by having to update their scrum tools as well as going to scrum sessions. And that the introduction of a technological scrum tool into the scrum sessions often were having a damaging effect on the dialogue and knowledge sharing between the developers.

The purpose of the project thus became to investigate how to better support the developers and teams and come up with new suggestions to a more suitable solution.

Over the next couple of weeks we will report on the initial results of our investigations. We will also present the technical solution we have come up with and tell the story about decisions we have made and challenges we have met during the past months.

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Netværkets aktiviteter er medfinansieret af Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet og drives af et konsortium bestående af:
Alexandra Instituttet . BrainsBusiness . CISS . Datalogisk Institut, Københavns Universitet . DELTA . DTU Compute, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet . Institut for Datalogi, Aarhus Universitet . IT-Universitetet . Knowledge Lab, Syddansk Universitet . Væksthus Hovedstadsregionen . Aalborg Universitet