An Introduction To Agile and Scrum Methodologies
In 2001 agile was formalized by 17 pioneers at the Snowbird Ski Resort in Utah and the famous Agile Manifesto was born.
The Agile Manifesto is a foundation for agile practices and principles.
Agile places emphasis on communication and collaboration; functioning software and the flexibility to adapt to emerging business realities.
When it comes running a team with agile you adopt an agile methodology like Crystal Clear, Extreme Programming, Feature Driven Development, Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) or Scrum.
In Scrum, projects are divided into short busts of work known as sprints, which are typically one week, two weeks, or three weeks in duration.
At the end of a sprint, stakeholders and team members meet to assess the progress of a project and plan its next steps.
This allows for continuous adjusted based on completed work, not speculation or predictions.[Learn More ...]