Hi Julie, We tend to do quite a bit of "distributed agile" out of necessity. We tend to keep the story details on an electronic tool like mingle/version one/sharepoint/jira/xplanner etc, as a kind of "single source of truth". In conjunction with that, I run a story wall in each location with just the card titles and points on them, so that the developers can have their daily meetings around it. It's not ideal, but I think it's necessary to have something tactile in front of them, rather than having everything hidden away in an electronic tool or spreadsheet. Regards, Shane Paterson Service Delivery Manager ==================== Solnet Solutions Limited Level 7, Brookfields House 19 Victoria Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand PO Box 6619, Auckland 1141, New Zealand DDI +64 9 977 5881, Mobile +64 21 224 2658 Main +64 9 977 5800, Fax +64 9 977 5801 Julie Godfrey <juliegodfrey@xxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: agile-users-group-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 22/09/2008 02:40 p.m. Please respond to agile-users-group@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To <agile-users-group@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject [AUG] Scrum Board across multiple locations *** bright ideas needed *** Hi all Just wondering if anyone had some good ideas of how to replicate the Scrum Board across multiple locations? The project I'm on now will end up having people working in 4-5 locations. The Scrum Board is working really well for the core project team (all located in Chch), but as the project expands to include resources from the other locations, I need to figure out a way for everyone to have visibility of the Board. Any ideas will be v much appreciated. Can you send replies directly to juliegodfrey@xxxxxxxxxxx instead of back to everyone in the group. Cheers Julie Click here SEEK New Zealand's #1 jobsite Attention: This email may contain information intended for the sole use of the original recipient. Please respect this when sharing or disclosing this email's contents with any third party. If you believe you have received this email in error, please delete it and notify the sender or postmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx as soon as possible. The content of this email does not necessarily reflect the views of Solnet Solutions Ltd.