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What is Scrum?

by Bhumika

Scrum is a particular kind of Agile framework. It is a framework within which people may address complicated adaptive problems while maintaining the highest levels of productivity and creativity in product delivery. Therefore, It is a method of working that is iterative. 

Moreover, It is a lightweight agile method approach that is mostly used to manage software development. Hey, Scrum is 

Lightweight since it has few components that are recommended 

  • Three roles : Team, Scrum Master (typically a Project Manager), and Product Owner are the three roles (often a Product Manager).
  • Three meeting : Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, and Retrospective are the three meetings.
  • Three artifacts : Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Burndown Chart are three artifacts.

Agile as it maximises responsiveness to evolving needs of customers 

A system structure because it is not a method, but a set of methods and principles from which a process can be constructed.

It is a process system that, since the early 1990s, has been used to handle work on complex goods. It is not a procedure, methodology, or conclusive process. Instead, it is a structure within which different processes and techniques can be employed. It makes clear the relative effectiveness of the product management and job strategies such that the product, the staff, and the working atmosphere can be continually enhanced.

Scrum Teams and their related tasks, events, objects, and rules consist of the this system. Each component serves a particular role within the system and is important to the success and use of Scrum. 

Scrum’s rules tie the functions, activities, and objects together, governing the relationships and interaction between them. 

Benefits of Scrum :

  • Firstly, From a software development process, various stakeholders want distinct things. 
  • Developers want code, not documents, to be written. 
  • Quality Assurance engineers want to build research plans that guarantee the quality of the product and provide a high-quality code to test. 
  • In addition, Project managers want a process that is simple to schedule, implement, and control. 
  • Product Managers want features that are easily implemented, with no bugs.

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