What is Scrum?
Scrum is a framework where people can address complicated and adaptive problems, while delivering products of high value
What is Agile?
Agile is a philosophy, a mindset, and a way of working that has gained popularity in the past more than 20 years.
At the centre of each Scrum is a small team of people called the Scrum Team. Learn more about the different roles right here.
The Product Backlog in Scrum is a prioritised list of what is needed to improve or develop a product or service. Learn more.
Scrum Events are an essential part of Scrum and allow the Scrum Teams to discuss the product development progress.
Scrum Artifacts are critical for the success of any Scrum Team and defines all the work that needs to be done in a project
Sprint Planning is the first event which kicks off the start of each Sprint. learn more in our article right here.
A Scrum Board is a visual representation of the work that needs to be completed within a single Sprint.
Planning Poker is a facilitation technique for estimation. Learn everything you need to know here.
In this article we take a closer look at specific agile methodologies and frameworks and how they are used.
Learn more about the Agile Manifesto, the four Agile Values & twelve Agile Principles.
this article, we’ll take a look at both Sprint Burndown Charts and Release Burndown Chart.
Daily Scrum is a meeting held daily to give the team a chance to review goals and identify any potential concerns or roadblocks.
Product Backlog Refinement
Product Backlog Refinement refers to keeping the Backlog clean and orderly.
A Product Increment is the version, or part of a product which will be delivered at the end of each Sprint.
What is an Epic?
An Epic in Agile Methodology is a large chunk of work which can be divided into smaller chucks of work.
Scrum meetings are an opportunity for teams, management and stakeholders to align during a project.
Sprint Retrospective is a time for teams to reflect on opportunities to improve.
The Scrum Sprint is a time-boxed period where a Scrum Team works to complete an agreed amount of features.
Definition of Done
The Definition of Done (DoD) is when an item meets a collection of criteria for it to be considered complete or “done”
Dual Track is an methodology that sees cross-functional product teams divide their daily activities into two tracks
Product Owner vs. Scrum Master
In this article, we’ll take a look in more detail at exactly what the Product Owner and Scrum Master do and break down the key differences.
Scrum Capacity is an estimate of the total amount of development time available for a given Sprint. Learn everything your need to know in this article.
The Three Pillars of Scrum
In this article, we will take a closer look at the three pillars, how they work together and why they are essential in the successful adoption of Scrum.
User stories are a brief description of a product written from the perspective of the end user. Learn everything you need to know here.
When talking about Kanban, there are actually three definitions. This creates confusion as the three meanings are often interchanged or misunderstood completely.
Scrum v Kanban
Scrum v Kanban? It is the question that is asked the most in training classes. People want to know, which is better, or when one method should be chosen over another
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