Teamhood Project Examples

This article aims to help you set up the most efficient process. For this, we have prepared a video explaining the structure of Teamhood and included several real-life examples of how various teams set up their workspaces.

Structuring project data

Teamhood offers various views and ways to set up a workspace. You can have just one board, several boards, and move tasks between them to create the most optimal flow. It is quite hard to explain all the capabilities of Teamhood in text, this is why we have prepared a short video. learn more about structuring data in Teamhood.

Applying Teamhood to different project – examples

Now, having a better understanding of the underlying structure, let’s look at some examples of how other teams use Teamhood. All of the links below will lead you to interactive examples of the Teamhood setup. You will be able to view how the tasks are structured, but not change any data.

First up, we got a Support team Kanban board. You will see that rows are used to mark the importance of the issue, while the columns represent its progress. The team also uses tags to categorize issues by the client.

The second example shows a Kanban board that a Marketing team uses for the backlog. Here, they put in all of the new work items and ideas. Then during prioritization, these work items are prioritized and put into further plans. The marketing team uses rows to categorize what type of work item it is, and columns to mark their priority.

During the Sprint planning, the highest priority items are moved into the iteration board and worked on.

Our next example shows a Hybrid project management approach where two views are used simultaneously.

The manager uses the Gantt view to plan work and make sure the team can meet set deadlines. While the team works on executing work items and tracks their progress in the Kanban view. All of the data is automatically synced, allowing everyone to work in the most convenient manner.

This next example shows a Scrumban process for services. This view may look similar to other ones, but it is important to notice that the team uses subtasks and a subprocess to track them.

Once a work item is moved into the ‘Working on column’, its subtasks are automatically moved to a separate mini process where they can be tracked individually.

This Order management board example shows off another useful Teamhood feature – budget. You can add a budget to each of the work items in your workspace and also have it displayed in the views. Allowing you to keep track of the finances and know where to focus.

Lastly, you can use the List view to easily prioritize your projects. Utilize custom fields to add any values that are important to your process and make sure you prioritize the right work items for the team.

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