The Beginner’s Guide To Scrum And Agile Project Management – Trello Blog

My Trello Scrum Board is broken up into seven lists (inspired by this blog post), representing the workflow of my tasks.

  • Resources: In this list, I keep all tasks that are recurring. That way I don’t have to make a new card every time I need to build a landing page for a webinar. Just move that card out from the Resources list.
  • Backlog: Here’s where I keep my Backlog of tasks to be worked on. When my boss tells me he has something he needs help with, I add it to my Backlog list.
  • To Do: When I plan my Sprint, I pull tasks from the Backlog to this list. This is the current Sprint I’m working on.
  • Doing: When a task has been started, it gets moved here.
  • QC: Quality check. As tasks are completed, they get moved to “QC.” At the end of the week, I review this list to make sure everything is up to snuff.
  • Done: Passed quality check, ready to be shipped! No more edits or reviews necessary, it’s scheduled and ready for action.
  • Blocked: When something is preventing me from completing a task (maybe I need to purchase something first and need approval from my boss), I move it to “Blocked”, along with a comment about what the blocker is.

Trello is an effective tool for this, because I can throw my board onto a monitor that’s visible for anyone to see, share access with my entire team, and put every detail needed on each and every task in the form of comments, checklists, due dates, and attachments.

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