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Scrum Methodology: Roles, Events & Artifacts

Jason Westland
Publication date:
March 4, 2022
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Scrum Methodology: Roles, Events & Artifacts

The Scrum Methodology is a project management framework that facilitates team collaboration on complex product and software development projects. It emphasizes teamwork and iterative progress towards a well-defined goal. It is part of agile software development and teams practice agile. The Scrum Framework consists of values, roles, events and artifacts, and the Scrum Values refer to agile values applied to a scrum framework. These values come from the agile manifesto, a document with the guiding principles of the agile methodology.
The agile manifesto states that individuals and interactions over processes and tools are more important in software development. It also states that customer collaboration over contract negotiation is more important than drafting a rigid contract. Finally, agile is a project management methodology that seamlessly adapts to change based on an iterative product development cycle and not a rigid project plan. Scrum roles include a scrum master, product owner, and development team. The scrum master is responsible for ensuring that everybody in the team understands how the framework works and helps them adapt to the agile environment.

The product owner manages the product log and oversees sprint planning and actively participates in scrum meetings. The development team is made up of all the team members who develop a software or product and must work closely with the product owner and adhere to the scrum master's suggestions.


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Jason Westland
Scrum Methodology: Roles, Events & Artifacts
March 4, 2022
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