Nureva announced that it has added new agile canvas templates to Span Workspace, including a heat map developed by Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and founder of Scrum Inc. and Scrum Scale. These canvases will save scrum masters and agile coaches prep time when working on common, recurring agile activities, such as user story mapping, backlog refinement, sprint planning, retrospectives and more. They’ll have access to helpful tools to manage day-to-day work, such as a scrum board and a Kanban board. There’s also a Span Workspace introduction canvas to help new users get started, including instructions on how to set Jira Software integration.
Span Workspace helps agile teams keep their activities focused and collaborative by allowing everyone to visualize and contribute to a Span canvas in real-time using digital sticky notes, sketches, built-in templates and images from their personal devices and shared displays. The new templates provide a canvas for every ceremony and accelerate recurring activities. Scrum masters can quickly create user personas, organize the product backlog, take advantage of a color-coded scrum board and Kanban board to quickly visualize the team’s progress and help everyone achieve flow. Using the Scrum@Scale heat map, team members can share how well they think their organization is doing in categories such as prioritization, strategic vision and more. Because Span Workspace is a cloud-based platform designed for real-time teamwork, it also allows distributed agile teams to work together in a shared digital space. Distributed participants can quickly contribute to every sprint planning session, stand-up meeting and retrospective as if they were together in the same room, without compromising teamwork or the agile process. This greatly accelerates the process and overcomes many of the challenges associated with distributed agile teams.
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