Agile - The base of Scrum
- Feature rich
- Quickly available
- Fulfil specific end user requirements
Agile methodology misconception
Agile Scrum salient features
- Scrum - an agile process – focuses upon delivering high business values to the client in the shortest time possible.
- It supports rapid and repeated inspection of the actual working software.
- The product is developed in stages through the product incremental cycles known as sprints.
- The client benefits from shippable product releases at the end of incremental cycle.
- Frequent and consistent product increments should be delivered to the client.
- The client, and the business, sets the priority.
- The working process responds quickly and efficiently to the changes occurring in the market conditions, and in incorporating those changes into the product features in the least time possible.
- Scrum teams self-organise and self-manage to determine the most efficient and quick way of delivering high priority features.
|Individuals and interactions||over||Process and tools|
|Working software||over||Comprehensive documentation|
|Customer collaboration||over||Contract negotiation|
|Responding to change||over||Following a plan|