Manifesto

Core Scrum

Core Scrum

Scrum Principles Values from the Agile Manifesto Scrum is the best-known of the Agile frameworks. It is the source of much of the thinking behind the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto, which form a common basis for all of these approaches. Please see the Manifesto for more information. The Agile Manifesto values apply directly to Scrum: Individuals and interactions over processes and to... »

Post Example 2

Post Example 2

Proactively foster superior growth strategies and adaptive users. Conveniently deploy timely strategic theme areas vis-a-vis B2B scenarios. Progressively cultivate viral partnerships after state of the art e-commerce. Proactively synergize sticky best practices without ethical e-tailers. Quickly visualize customized data and synergistic infrastructures. Holisticly enhance next-generation e-busines... »

Getting started with Scrum

Getting started with Scrum

Embark on the journey of transforming your workplace with Scrum Transitioning to Agile and Scrum requires a new mindset and overall cultural adjustments. And like all change, it doesn’t come easy. But when teams and organizations fully commit to Scrum, they’ll discover a new sense of flexibility, creativity, and inspiration — all of which will lead to greater results. Certified Scrum C... »

Who uses Scrum and why?

Who uses Scrum and why?

Who uses Scrum and why? Anybody who has a complex project can benefit from using Scrum. Prioritize large to-do lists into manageable tasks with improved teamwork, better communication, and faster results. Scrum has streamlined software development — and professionals from around the world are starting to see the value of using Scrum. Of all the possible Agile frameworks used by companies, 66 perce... »