Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Free Scrum tool - Great


This is really a great tool for Scrum. I just went through the features and its quite good. Thanks to my colleague who sent me this link.

http://danube.com/sw_flash/SWB_Demo.html

But ….remember. Tools will not manage your projects.. Its you who should manage the project.. These are just “ Tools” and that’s why they are called “ Tools” when all the methodologies and tools are failed.. its you who make the project a success…

I have come across with many project managers who just spend their whole time to manage the tool instead of the project. Having the best hammer in the world doesn’t make you a good carpenter or having the best cricket bat in the world doesn’t make you a good cricketer. Coz they are tools to help you to perform your tasks. That’s you who make it happen…

17 comments:

Mahasen on 10:41 AM said...

"when all the methodologies and tools are failed.. its you who make the project a success…"
And vice versa... I've seen both

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Dusan Kocurek said...

Maybe you can try ScrumDesk that is very good "taskboard like" application with networking suuport, change notifications, integrated SCRUM Metriics for better estimation and it is integrated with 3rd party software for easy team communication

Scrum Tools on 6:34 AM said...

I suggest that you check out ScrumEdge because it is much simpler to use. Its not as comprehensive as some of the other scrum tools as it caters more to users who have been managing their scrum projects in excel

Sara on 11:52 AM said...

We had been using Excel but now much happier with web-based Boomerang scrum tool. It's more simple to manage sprint planning as well as daily SCRUM with its drag and drop functionality.

Scrum Tool on 4:38 AM said...

I would suggest a very simple scrum software.
It was developed originally for a real scrum team using a white board as primary management tool.
You can easily manage your full product backlog (stories, tasks), and sprints.
Story cards and burn down charts are printable.
Current version is freely available.
Check it here: http://www.scrum-tool.com/

Zsolt on 2:58 PM said...

I would suggest a very simple scrum software tool.
It was developed originally for a real scrum team using a white board as primary management tool.
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You can drag and drop stories to change their importances. Tagging stories allows you to find them easily.
Story cards and burn down charts are printable.
This is a downloadable application for Linux and Windows.
Current version is freely available.
Check it here: http://www.scrum-tool.com/

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