Some of the key benefits of using Scrum in any project are: Adaptability: Empirical process control and iterative delivery make projects adaptable and open to incorporating change. Transparency: All information radiators like a Scrumboard and Sprint Burndown Chart are shared, leading to an open work environment. Continuous Feedback: Continuous feedback is provided through the Conduct Daily Standup and Demonstrate and Validate Sprint processes.... ... See MoreSee Less
Manifesto for Agile Software Development We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: Individuals and interactions over processes and toolsWorking software over comprehensive documentationCustomer collaboration over contract negotiationRespondingto change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.... ... See MoreSee Less
What are the Scrum values? Scrum is a feedback-driven empirical approach which is, like all empirical process control, underpinned by the three pillars of transparency, inspection, and adaptation. All work within the scrum framework should be visible to those responsible for the outcome: the process, the workflow, progress, etc. In order to make these things visible, scrum teams need to frequently inspect the product being developed and how well the team is working....scrumaa.org/wiki/scrum-values... See MoreSee Less
Product backlog The product backlog is a breakdown of work to be done and contains an ordered list of product requirements that a scrum team maintains for a product. Common formats include user stories and use cases. The requirements define features, bug fixes, non-functional requirements, etc.—whatever must be done to deliver a viable product. The product owner prioritizes product backlog items (PBIs) based on considerations such as risk, business value, dependencies, size, and date needed....scrumaa.org/wiki/scrum-artifacts... See MoreSee Less
The product backlog is a breakdown of work to be done and contains an ordered list of product requirements that a scrum team maintains for a product. Common formats include user stories and use cases....
ScrumAA Glossary ScrumAA Glossary Acceptance Criteria Details just what needs to be done for the Product Backlog Item to be considered complete. This helps teams estimate, test, and accomplish the work. The concepts of Acceptance Criteria and Definition of Done sound very similar, but they are quite distinct. Artifacts Items which represent work or value. There are 3 Artifacts in… [ 1,378 more word ]scrumaa.org/scrumaa-glossary... See MoreSee Less