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Scrum is an Agile framework for managing and organizing work on complex projects. It emphasizes iterative progress, collaboration, and adaptability, using time-boxed iterations called sprints to deliver incremental value and improve project outcomes.

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  • What is Scrum?

    Scrum is an Agile framework for project management and product development that emphasizes collaboration, adaptability, and iterative progress. It provides a structured yet flexible approach to delivering high-value products by enabling teams to self-organize and make changes quickly.

  • Roles in Scrum: What are the Key Roles?

    Scrum defines three key roles: Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team. The Scrum Master facilitates the Scrum process, the Product Owner represents the stakeholders and defines the product backlog, and the Development Team is responsible for delivering the product increment.

  • Scrum Events: What are the Core Ceremonies?

    Scrum events include Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum (stand-up), Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective. Sprint Planning initiates each sprint, the Daily Scrum fosters daily communication among team members, Sprint Review showcases the completed work, and Sprint Retrospective focuses on continuous improvement.

  • Importance of Sprints in Scrum: How Do They Work?

    Sprints are time-boxed iterations (usually 2-4 weeks) during which a potentially shippable product increment is created. Sprints provide a predictable cadence for work, allow for regular inspection and adaptation, and enhance collaboration and transparency within the team.

  • Backlog and User Stories in Scrum: Why are They Fundamental?

    The product backlog is a prioritized list of features and requirements, while user stories are concise descriptions of functionality from an end-user perspective. These elements guide the team's work, and the Product Owner continuously refines and prioritizes the backlog based on stakeholder needs.

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