When managing a hybrid Agile project with both business and I.T workstreams, let's assume there is a requirement from the internal PMO to use a RAID log. However, you will also need to interface with a Scrum Team to track certain issues and actions. The organisation has a mandate to go Agile but has not implemented any agile governance before.
Staying with Actions for now, I've noted in the past that nobody on a Scrum Team wants to even look at a RAID log. They do, after all, look like something from 20 years ago, whilst Scrum Teams in start ups and digital agencies are using tools that are much more non-threatening and usable, and this is a factor if we're talking about motivating people to help out.
How have people tackled this kind of situation?
One idea I have seen used very well is to replace an action register with a Trello board. It's a slick and usable product, you can use avatars, easily upload attachments etc, and it can be used to model a Kanban board which Scrum Teams will be familiar with from using JIRA. Suddenly talking to the dreaded delivery manager / program / project manager isn't so bad. They aren't stuck in the 1990's, and it feels more like the safe environment you're used to working with alongside your Scrum Team.