Category: Scrum

The Development Team in Scrum – Just Developers or a Real Team?

Introduction The Development Team forms an integral part of a Scrum team. Scrum recognizes that small teams are good and essential for self-organization to be effective. It acknowledges if a team is too small it may struggle to be cross-functional. It makes a recommendation towards teams between 3 and 9 being the optimum. At the Sprint […]

Does Scrum Apply To All Types Of Projects?

Introduction Probably this is one of the most frequently asked questions in relation to implementation of Scrum and still baffles everyone. The old school of Scrum was very anxious about Scrum being used beyond software development. And it’s a regular question googled in relation to the adaption of scrum methodology, and still people are confused whether […]

Should Scrum Teams Include a Stretch Goal In Their Sprints?

Introduction Some teams use something called stretch goals or stretch stories to highlight product backlog products they will accomplish if they finish their sprint commitments early. Stretch goals are frequently used as a way to satisfy stakeholders without fully committing to the work. In some ways, it’s more real to call it out as a “stretch […]

The most common Scrum mistakes and How to avoid them

INTRODUCTION Today, companies are becoming a part of the massive technological leapfrogging through some of the popular agile methodologies. When we talk about Agile, people think of “Scrum” naturally. Scrum is the most widely used framework among the popular organizations. These organizations leverage Agile and Scrum methods for a disciplined project management practice, as Agile […]

Scrum vs. Kanban: Deciding the New Agile Benchmark

Introduction Today in the quickly changing market, software development is changing its list of requirement every now and then. As we all know, Agile is one form of software development methodology which mainly focuses on continuous delivery of project with client satisfaction. Agile always accepts the change and works on complete statements to turn the […]

The Most Important Scrum Artifacts and Their Best Uses in Real-time Projects

INTRODUCTION In Scrum, artifacts are “information radiators” and they serve to capture the shared understanding of the team at a particular point in time. In a co-located Scrum team, artifacts play a key role for the team to reflect themselves on how they are doing with the sprint goal. Artifacts defined by Scrum are specifically […]

What is the role of a Project Manager in Scrum Team?

Scrum Master vs. Project Manager: How are they different? In answer to your question about project managers, there is no project manager role in scrum. The duties of a project manager get split between the product owner, scrum master and the development team. Often, we come across these two words in industries – Scrum Master […]

Scrum will change your organization!

Introduction Scrum can help a lot in making your production seamless and organized. Using Scrum, you will be able to give your clients the best kinds of products which can make them be faithful to your brand. When delivering a Professional Scrum Master training or helping clients creating awesome products with Scrum, some people ask […]

All about “PDUs Vs SEUs” Also known as SCRUM CREDITS

Introduction PDUs (Professional Development Units) are related to the Project Management Institute. SEUs (Scrum Education Units) are related to the Scrum Alliance. Both are a way of tracking continuing education in order to maintain certifications or achieve from these organizations. SEUs and PDUs guarantee that you are keeping up with ongoing education in the field […]

Scrum Roles & Events in a Nutshell

Introduction Scrum is a Framework that enables iterative and incremental product development, enable to get things done at the right time, maximizing the value of what is delivered. Tasks are performed faster and with higher quality by self-organizing Teams. High levels of self-motivation are achieved and are the reason why Scrum allows teams to reach […]

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