This book explores the Scrum framework in details. As the world of business grew more competitive, project managers were looking for a way to hasten the delivery of projects, so they could get a competitive edge through faster time - to market. Project management specialists came up with the Agile framework to support that goal. Scrum is one such Agile methodology that differs from traditional approaches, in that it delivers product in incremental cycles called Sprints.
This guide will serve as a starting point for you and is not intended to be an inclusive body of knowledge but will contain steps that will help create a very strong foundation to build your skills upon.
The steps outlined in this guide are intended for someone who is about to become a Scrum master or is already in that role. Of course, there is valuable information for anyone who is interested in Scrum. Always keep in mind that transition to Scrum require a huge cultural change and takes time and lots of patience.
Why take this book?
You will be prepared to apply Scrum to your projectsYou will be able to speak about Agile/Scrum with confidence.You will understand the difference between Agile and other methodologiesYou will learn why Agile isn't only for IT or Tech projects but it's actually applied across many industries worldwideYou will get tools and tipsYou ill learn how to apply Scrum project management practices in an Agile environment!
Agile project management has at its heart an aim to bring improvements in the project continuously as it proceeds, while being flexible, having complete team input, and delivering high-quality products or results. It has a scrum framework approach which is to build quality first and eliminate maximum wastage. Organizations can utilize the different tools and techniques available to the team to build agile management as this proves to be more effective.