Tag Archives: scrum

Making the invisible work visible

Mijndomein (a Dutch hosting company) has an agile working method. They work in short sprints and have a development team that consists of a group of 8 developers. The team is continuously improving the platform and developing new products and features. Working method The team mainly used a digital board, but if they wanted to […]

Nanocups vs. magnetic: what to choose?

Nanocups for glass vs. magnetic for metal Want to know if you have to choose magnetic or nanocups variant of our products? This post contains information about the difference between PATboard’s agile tools nanocups for glass and magnetic for metal. We developed our innovative line of products for glass, because a lot of offices don’t […]

Customized solutions for a physical planning board – lean, agile scrum or kanban board

custom magnets for lean, agile scrum or kanban board- visual project management

Customized solutions for a physical planning board – lean, agile scrum or kanban board We know that one size doesn’t fit all. Not all teams work the same. Each individual brings his of her own share to the group and defines it. It doesn’t come as a surprise that not all existing PATboard products will […]

Scrum in education, changing the classroom

Scrum in education, changing the classroom I’m a teacher at the Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. We use scrum in several student projects and this works very well. So this is an article about how scrum is changing education, based on my own experiences. After a short introduction to scrum (so skip first […]

How a successful startup keeps starting up

If you are a founder or working at a startup, you know starting with a simple effective solution is a good start. You build a team, refine your product, gain new customers and grow steadily. Dation is a startup like that. They found a problem worth solving. This post is about how they keep generating […]

Why a techie like me, likes to work with a physical scrum board

Since 2003 I’ve been working in tech, at first as a developer and eventually ending up as an Agile Coach / Product Owner. When I started working with Scrum in 2008 it was very natural to use a physical scrum board. The amount of tools were limited and we didn’t really know yet what we […]