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SCRUM - Lingo...


Dearest Readers,

It won’t be wrong if I say, SCRUM has become the “Buzzword” these days in most of the organizations. Most of us, who work in the IT Organizations, have already come across this process more or less. In this blog post I am trying to cover the “SCRUM-Lingo” with one picture which may help others who look for the details regarding SCRUM. Hope you all will like it …

SCRUM is an iterative and incremental agile software development framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value.

SCRUM is:
  •      Lightweight
  •      Simple to understand
  •      Extremely difficult to master

Scrum Framework: The Scrum framework consists of Scrum Teams and their associated roles, events, artifacts, and rules. Each constituent within the framework obliges a specific purpose and is vital to Scrum’s success and usage.


Below picture is self-explanatory which describes the basic elements used in the SCRUM Framework.

Pic: Scrum Sheet

This is just an overview, will try to cover SCRUM in detail in another post.

As We Work…We Learn…


8 comments :

Sujeet said...

Well written on scrum methodology,its self explanatory, Gud work Thanks a Lot for giving knowledge about Scrum in a Flowchart model.Keep Writing Good knowledgable Blogs & i am waiting for the detailed one in your next blog

suchismita patro said...

really nice one, i had read many article on scrum but this gives a very understanding flow of scrum method..keep writing..:)

Abhijit Patro said...

Thank you very much liking the Post.

Regards...

Praveen K Vasala said...

I am really learnig from your blog, I am getting facinated about the world of BA. thanks once again for all the knowledge.

Abhijit Patro said...

Thanks Praveen...

Hope to serve more to the BA World.
All your appreciation excites me to work on new Posts.

Regards...

Shankari said...

Very useful, gives complete overview of Scrum. Would love to see another post covering responsibilities of a BA in the Agile World.

Surendra Nalla said...

Thanks abhijit for the well represented SCRUM in single view. I heard that there are types in SCRUM i.e. Social SCRUM, Pragmatic SCRUM, Pure SCRUM. It will help all of us, if you can articulate the difference between them and give us an clear difference in one single view. Looking forward to your next post with these details as well.... :)

Great going and thanks for sharing all the important information related to BA in a crisp and clear manner.....:)

All the Best for you...:)

home said...

Great perspective!

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