Scrum is one of the most well-known Agile methodologies. One of the main priorities of Scrum masters is to keep their teams focused and ensure that Scrum works effectively and efficiently. How do you know if you are doing Scrum
Implementing Agile is a bold step ahead for most software development teams. Some just want to improve their existing processes, others feel they need a complete overhaul of processes and culture in order to be able to keep pace with
Scrumban is for Scrum teams that need to respond to change more quickly but wish to stick with the fundamentals of the Scrum framework rather than ditching it entirely for Kanban (which is great for service related tasks) or another
After reading around the topic of why scrum is so popular for project management I came to the conclusion that there was no satisfactory answer available online. Most articles provided a lazy answer, concluding that Scrum is popular because its
Agile Scrum is the most popular Agile Development methodology, as much as 70% of all development teams are now using Agile are using Scrum, or some home brewed hybrid version of Scrum (that should not be called Scrum at all).