Scrum is a lightweight framework designed to help small, close-knit teams of people develop complex products. The brainchild of a handful of software engineers working together in the late 20th Century, scrum has gained the most traction in the technology sector, but it is not inherently technical and you can easily adapt the tools and practices described in this book to other industries. You can use scrum to build a better A scrum team typically consists of around seven people who work together in short, sustainable bursts of activity called sprints, with plenty of time for review and reflection built in. One of the mantras of scrum is “inspect and adapt,” and scrum teams are characterized by an intense focus on continuous improvement—of their process, but also of the product. Content Reference library : scrumalliance.org scrummethodology.com slideshare.net agilealliance.org/ agilemanifesto.org/
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