Task Management with Product Backlog
Online to-do management using Backlog
Transparency is the key to succeed in your project. When you want to have your team having the maximum velocity, share project information as much as possible.
This will give your team enough information to make their own decision and also to find easily where to help each other.
What is the ‘Backlog?’
The backlog is a prioritized stack of work.
It can be shown on your Kanban or Scrum board. Usually it has three stages. ‘Ready to work’, ‘In progress’ and ‘Done’ are there.
Your team members can take one task(sticky note) from the ‘Ready to work’ stage and move it to the next stage ‘In progress’ and start working. And if you are done with the task, you can move it to the next stage which is ‘Done’
If needed, add or remove some steps depending on the situation you have.
If you divide your progress stages into many, it will show good details of your team situation but it will take too much time to manage the board and it can become another kind of work to your team. So please try to find the proper amount of stages that your team will agree to use.