Scrum is an Agile framework for developing, delivering, and sustaining complex products, with an initial emphasis on software development, although it has been used in other fields including research, sales, marketing, and advanced technologies. Below is a simple explanation of Scrum in action.

  1. A new functionality is requested by end-users.
  2. The Product Owner enters the feature into the Product Backlog.
  3. The The Scrum Team discusses functionality for the upcoming Sprint during Sprint Planning.
  4. Items from the backlog are moved to the Sprint Backlog.
  5. The Sprint begins.
  6. The Scrum Master runs Daily Scrums where The Dev Team gives updates on their progress.
  7. During The Sprint the The Scrum Team works on future work during Backlog Grooming or Refinement sessions..
  8. At the end of The Sprint the The Dev Team showcases the work finished during the Sprint Demo or Review and receives feedback from the Product Owner.
  9. The Scrum Team attends the Sprint Retrospective to discuss what went well or did not go well and assesses lessons learned.

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