✓ Keep all your notes consistent
✓ Improve your ability to remember critical details
✓ Easily record information “in the moment”
✓ Set standard of a high performing agile team
✓ Show you care about quality
✓ Stop wasting time drawing your own "boxes"
✓ Clearly defined fields
✓ Always capture relevant information
✓ High quality, original 3M Post-it® Notes
✓ Super-Sticky sheets
✓ Eco-friendly paper
✓ Simplicity, clarity and enough space to record notes
✓ Ticket no. (key) - identify task e.g for JIRA ID
✓ Task value ($$$) - Critical, High, MoSCoW, etc
✓ Remaining Effort (weights) - count down to delivery during the sprint
✓ 3M Super-Sticky sheets
Luca Minudel @lukadotnet 14h14 hours ago @mc_mcpa yes I do, they add context that supports sense making, and physical objects, movements & ppl interactions that helps focus & memory
Linda Halko @lindahalko 50m50 minutes ago @mc_mcpa Physical board adds value because it is easier to communicate next to the board, and the feeling of accomplishment is bigger.
Maciej Kurek @KurekMaciej Sep 26 @mc_mcpa yes, as long as team is co-located or there is enough trust and common visualization standards in the distributed environment.
Joscha Jenni @joscha_jenni Sep 23 @mc_mcpa yes, for sure
Joe Little @jhlittle Sep 23 @mc_mcpa Love physical boards.
Jason Yip @jchyip Sep 22 @mc_mcpa Visual, tactile management adds value, yes.
Helene Valadon @helenevaladon Sep 22 @mc_mcpa Yes I am! specially till they understoud why and how to use it and learned to communicate and work as a team
Sean Moir @facilligent Sep 22 @mc_mcpa yes I do, they help visualise work and flow. Electronic boards may be more appropriate with distributed teams however.
Ciarán ÓNéill @C_G_ONeill Sep 16 @mc_mcpa I do, depends on the situation but mostly I find a physical board adds a lot of value.
Brad Swanson @bradswanson Sep 15 @mc_mcpa I do like physical boards for co-located teams. Always visible, encourage F2F collaboration
Bernd Schiffer @berndschiffer Sep 15 @mc_mcpa As always, depends on the context, but in general, yes, I do.
Allan Berger ⛵ @allanberger Sep 15 @mc_mcpa definitely
Toni Tassani @atassani Sep 15 @mc_mcpa if you perceive that a focused conversation is valuable, they may add value. Having them hanging in the wall, absolutely not
Ángel Medinilla @angel_m Sep 14 .@mc_mcpa i do, indeed. Very few things bring mostly all agilists together, this is one #GoPhisical
Andy Carmichael @andycarmich Sep 14 @mc_mcpa Yes. Electronic boards may add further value but they don't always. Context dependent.
AgileBear Ltd @agilebear Sep 13 @mc_mcpa Yes! We love a physical board and the control it gives the team. (And the lack of statistics for naughty management to nose into)
Agile Paulie @AgilePaulie Sep 13 @mc_mcpa absolutely, yes ! It gives more visibility 2 teams progress & its euphoric to walk up in front of peers & moved completed work
Andrea T. Rodriguez @agilerod Sep 13 @mc_mcpa I think that the simplicity and immediacy of a physical board is still superior to some electronic tool... for now, at least :-)
Anthony Petrucci @AgileSauce Sep 13 Physical boards are great if they help your team collaborate, but not a requirement @mc_mcpa @AgileShirt
Mario @AgileMario Sep 12 @mc_mcpa Short answer is if a team finds it of value, I'm all for it. If the idea requires 2+ teams, then virtual boards may be better.
V. Lee Henson CST @AgileDad Sep 9 @mc_mcpa Yes Matthew! No doubt, as long as the focus remains on the work and progress achieved as opposed to the act of updating the board!