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Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
Ultimate Wallboards: 5 Cool Tricks to Use Today
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  • welcome everyone\ni hope yr enjoying summit 2011\nmy name is\nand i am part of the JIRA PM group\nrecently we ran the ultimate wallboard contest and we had 87 entries from all over the world\ntoday i’m going to share 5 cool tricks that u can use today\n
  • but firstly...\nwhat’s a wallboard?\nA wallboard is a type of information radiator used for extreme feedback. Wallboards are typically displayed above a development team's workspace.\nhere is an example from the atlassian GH team\n
  • This particular wallboard is displayed on a 55inch plasma tv right above the GH development team\nand at any time they can look up at their wallboard to find out the most current status of the GH product\n
  • ok, so now that we know what a wallboard is, let’s find out 5 cools tricks that we learnt from the ultimate wallboard competition\n
  • our number one tip is really obvious\nhave a wallboard, any type of wallboard!\nplease raise your hands now if you do use a wallboard in your team... ah, i can see a few people with their hands down\nbut thats ok, great to see yr interest in wallboards and i know u will go back to work and start your own wallboards with these tips from today\n\n
  • alright, so the number one tip is to actually have a wallboard\nany kind of wallboard, even an old school paper based one\nlet me just stress that its better to have an old school wallboard rather than nothing at all\nyeah sure, u’ll see a lot of fancy displays in this talk\nbut what we learnt from the ultimate wallboard competition is that teams are still using paper based wallboards and they are effective\nthe reason being is that it gives u information on the project with just a glance at the wallboard\nlets take a look at some old school examples submitted into the competition\n
  • the first one here is an entry from Vishal\nthe x axis is broken up into modules and the y axis is the progress of the issue\nvishal has 2 colours, red cards are for front end tasks and green for back end tasks\n
  • heres another entry from glintech\nu can see that its an old school wallboard but with a twist\nthey’ve had some fun with it and made their wallboard into a clothes line\nthis time the x axis represents issue progress and the y axis is the list of issues\nissue types are represented by different articles of clothing\n\n
  • the third example of an old school wallboard is one from intunity\ni like to call this one laminate and iterate\nso what they’ve done is laminate their wallboard so that they can scribble all over it with useful notes for each iteration\nthe wallboard can then be wiped clean after each iteration\nanother cool trick from intunity is that they have helpful prompts printed onto the wallboard\nsince their wallboard is the central focus of their daily stand ups\nit contains permanent reminders of the agile manifesto and questions to answer\nits great for new starters\n
  • the 2nd cool trick we learnt is to not just display information from your own team but have have other teams involved as well\nlots of entries displayed information from departments like\n
  • sales\n
  • support\n
  • the IT department also gets some love too\nand its also important where u display your wallboard\ndont just have it in some dark corner\ndisplay it with pride and make it the focus of your work environment\n\n
  • yes folks, that is a normal sized man!this entry was from infinite and they claim to have the largest wallboardjudging by the photo i believe them tooanother good tip is to display yr wallboard in public places for everyone to seesome ideas arestaff lunch roomEntry point to your officea common Meeting area or in meeting rooms\n\n
  • displaying your wallboard in a common location is a really good idea as it encourages team motivationon screen u can see the wallboard we had for JIRA 4.2 with the number of unresolved bugs in the centre of screenas we were closing down to releasing 4.2 this number of bugs was getting smaller and smalleron screen red indicates bugs in progress and yellow are bugs in QAas u can see it went from 145 in progress and 38 in QA to\n
  • 98 and 27 then\n
  • the day we went into code freeze we had one left in QAso everyone gathered around the wallboard to watch it go down to 00and when i say everyone i mean, developers, design team, QA, and managerswhen it hit 00 we all cheered and clapped togetherthere was a real feel of being in a great team, or that could have been the beers we had 5 minutes later!\n
  • cool tip #3\ndont just display work data on your wallboards\nbelieve it or not your staff have other interests!\nand one of the most popular external sources of data is...\n\n
  • you guessed it, the weather!one entrant even had a webcam showing the current outside weatheranother one that is just a popular is\n
  • twitterand there are many more you can add, some of the ones we liked coming from contestants were:Bus and Train time tableevent Calendarstaff Photosand of course the developer favourite:\n
  • Beer timer\n
  • now if yr showing data from yr team, data from other teams and external datayou might come across a new term\nwallboard blindnessbut what is wallboard blindness?\n
  • wallboard blindness is a term coined by gert-jan\nand i quote... READ\nand so how did Gert-jan avoid wallboard blindness?\n
  • LED backlightingAvisiRed - to get your attention -We make sure we don't overuse red. It is reserved for SLA critical events like 'system down' and ticket response times.Green - closed issueSiren icon\n
  • LED backlightingAvisiRed - to get your attentionGreen - closed issueSiren icon\n
  • Light and Sound notificationsWillow CreekSound effectFull screen details‘ON AIR’ light\n
  • When a new ticket hits the system, a sound effect is played, and the full new ticket information is displayed full screen to be read, then fades away after 15 sec back to the normal status board layout\n
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  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
  • old school meets new school\nencourage interaction - Physically based in Denmark, the board actually serves teams located in London, Düsseldorf and Kiev as well via web cam.\nprojector - The whiteboard is organised into columns to match the task board in JIRA and GreenHopper.  A projector renders the burndown chart and velocity on top of the columns.\nAs new stories are added or updated in JIRA, a small receipt printer below the whiteboard spits out a new card.  The next person to walk by the board, drops the card into a pocket c\nTo update the board, developers simply swipe their avatar and assign themselves to a story. Every change is added as a comment in JIRA, and the camera takes a picture of the person making the change and tweets it -- along with issue details -- to the team.\nstrong believer in the tangible interface of the story board that you can touch and talk about. Everyone gathers around the board to discuss stories, we think this is really valuable.\nRFID\nPrinter\nCamera\nKinect\n
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    • 1. Ultimate Wallboards5 cool tricks to use todayRoy KrishnaJIRA Product Management, Atlassian 2
    • 2. What’s a wallboard? 3
    • 3. 4
    • 4. 5 cool wallboard tricks to use today 5
    • 5. 1It’s obvious... have a wallboard! 5 cool tricks to use today 6
    • 6. Old school is better than no school 7
    • 7. Vishal Gheklani 8
    • 8. GLiNTECH 9
    • 9. Intunity 10
    • 10. 2Display other team’s stuff 5 cool tricks to use today 11
    • 11. sales 12
    • 12. support 13
    • 13. Hutch 14
    • 14. Infinite 15
    • 15. 16
    • 16. 17
    • 17. 18
    • 18. 3It’s not all about work either! 5 cool tricks to use today 19
    • 19. source: HTC Sense 20
    • 20. source: twitter.com 21
    • 21. source: howlonguntilbeeroclock.com 22
    • 22. 4Avoid wallboard blindness 5 cool tricks to use today 23
    • 23. “ After walking past a wallboard more then 3 times, people begin to show forms of what we call "wallboard blindness". You are looking, but not ” seeing the information. Gert-Jan van de Streek 24
    • 24. Avisi 25
    • 25. Avisi 26
    • 26. Willow Creek 27
    • 27. source: jonxyz 28
    • 28. 5Encourage interaction 5 cool tricks to use today 29
    • 29. AspIT 30
    • 30. 31
    • 31. 31
    • 32. Ultimate Wallboard contest winner! 31
    • 33. source: canon Ultimate Wallboard contest winner! 31
    • 34. source: canonsource: techfreep Ultimate Wallboard contest winner! 31
    • 35. source: canonsource: techfreepsource: techfreep Ultimate Wallboard contest winner! 31
    • 36. #summit11 32
    • 37. 1. Actually have a wallboard, even old an school one. #summit11 32
    • 38. 1. Actually have a wallboard, even old an school one.2. Display data from other teams. #summit11 32
    • 39. 1. Actually have a wallboard, even old an school one.2. Display data from other teams.3. Add fun data to your wallboard. #summit11 32
    • 40. 1. Actually have a wallboard, even old an school one.2. Display data from other teams.3. Add fun data to your wallboard.4. Avoid “Wallboard blindness”. #summit11 32
    • 41. 1. Actually have a wallboard, even old an school one.2. Display data from other teams.3. Add fun data to your wallboard.4. Avoid “Wallboard blindness”.5. Encourage interaction. #summit11 32
    • 42. ultimatewallboard.com Roy Krishna JIRA Product Management, Atlassian 33

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