• Scrum Lesson 01 – Scrum Principles

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    What are Scrum Principles?

    • Core guidelines for applying the scrum
    • Should mandatorily be used in all scrum projects
    • Can be applied to any type of project in any organization
    • Ensure effective implementation of scrum framework
    • Non-negotiable. Period.
    • While scrum aspects and processes can be modified to meet the requirements of the project or organization

    Six Scrum Principles

    1. Empirical Process Control

    • Emphasizes core philosophy of scrum
    • Based on the three ideas
      • Transparency
      • Inspection
      • Adaptation

    2. Self Organization

    • Focuses on today’s workers who deliver more when encouraged to self-organize rather than commanded and controlled

    3. Collaboration

    • It is related to three core dimensions of collaborative work
      1. Awareness
      2. Articulation
      3. Appropriation
    • Advocates project management as a shared value creation process

    4. Value Based Prioritization

    • Highlights the focus of scrum to deliver maximum business value

    5. Time-Boxing

    • Describes time as a limiting constraint in scrum
    • It helps effectively manage project planning and execution
    • Time-boxed elements include
      1. Sprints
      2. Daily stand-up meetings
      3. Sprint planning meetings
      4. Sprint review meetings

    6. Iterative Development

    • Emphasizes how to better manage change and build projects that satisfy customer needs
    • It also delineates the project owner’s and organization’s responsibility related to iterative development



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