Transform your project with this incredibly powerful set of values, principles and practices

Work As One

By staying focused, collaborating, and communicating, teams can accomplish what truly needs to be done — together. Resulting in increased in staff morale.

Innovate Faster

Because Scrum teams are continuously creating, the business is assured maximum return on investment. Scrum helps businesses innovate faster, move from idea to delivery more quickly

Manage Change

Teams that use agile frameworks like Scrum discover how to react more quickly and respond more accurately to the inevitable change that comes their way.

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  • Become Agile
  • Build on Scrum Values
  • Guided Scrum Adoption
  • Grow Trust & Commitment
  • Increase Openness & Support
  • Develop Courage
  • Improve Respect
  • Create Laser Focus

FAQ's

The difference between agile and Scrum is that agile refers to a set of principles and values shared by several methodologies, processes and practices; Scrum is one of several agile frameworks – and is the most popular.

Scrum is a framework to help you and your organisation develop agile approaches. A lightweight yet incredibly powerful set of values, principles and practices.

Anybody who has a complex project can benefit from using Scrum. Scrum was founded in the technology and software industries, but there are no limits to where Scrum can transform the world of work. Scrum and other agile frameworks have the power to transform project management across every industry in every business.

1. Scrum works by breaking large products and services into small pieces that can be completed by a cross – functional team in a short timeframe.

2. Scrum teams inspect each part produced, for functionality, as it is completed. They then adapt the next part, based on learning and feedback, so minimising risk and reducing waste.

3. This cycle repeats until the full product or service is delivered — one that meets needs and requirements because Scrum teams have had the opportunity to adjust the fit at the end of each cycle.

• Product Owner: The product owner is an individual who is responsible for increasing the ROI by determining product features, prioritising these features into a list, what needs to be focused on the upcoming sprint, and much more. These are constantly re – prioritised and refined.

• Scrum Master: This individual helps the team in learning to apply Scrum to ensure optimum business value. The scrum master removes impediments, shields the team from distractions, and enables them to adopt agile practices.

• Scrum Team: They are a collection of individuals who work together to ensure that the requirements of the stakeholders are delivered.

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