Brief Overview of Scrum

Having seen product launches across the spectrum of pure agile to hybrid agile, I thought of summarizing the basics of Scrum that must be followed in order to call a project, a scrum-driven project.

Scrum is founded on ‘empirical process control theory, or empiricism’. Three pillars uphold every implementation of this theory: transparency, inspection, and adaptation. It employs an ‘iterative incremental approach to optimize predictability and control risk’.

Scrum proposed fixed-length and fixed-cadence sprints that should be 4 weeks or less, and should be protected from interruptions.

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