The Scrum and Agile Way
Scrum uses simple mechanisms to manage complex projects to completion. By breaking down requirements (usually user stories) into the exact tasks required to achieve them, then tracking those task statuses from “to-do”, to “doing”, then to “done”, the scrum board is cleared and features released.
Traditionally, software teams managed this process on a physical board, situated in the office where they could track progress at any time. Trello changes that. It provides scrum boards for anything you can imagine. Additionally, the cards themselves can be loaded with additional items that further improve the project management process. With Trello cards, you can attach files, set due dates, include checklists, and setup alerts, among many other capabilities.
By using Trello, teams that need to support both development and operational systems can quickly get a handle on their duties, plan the tasks, and provide feedback on progress, all from one place. Daily standup meetings are quickly organized, and with upstream or downstream integrations, automatically update monitoring or program management systems.
By adopting this simple philosophy, organizations that were paper dependent in the past could quickly transform into a completely digital environment almost overnight. Trello really is that powerful.