The Scrum approach to agile software development marks a dramatic departure from waterfall management. Scrum and other agile methods were inspired by its shortcomings. Scrum emphasizes collaboration, functioning software, team self management, and the flexibility to adapt to emerging business realities.

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Danube’s New Scrum Video Blogs

Posted by admin under Agile and Scrum, Scrum Basics

I’ve mentioned here before that my team uses Danube Technologies’ ScrumWorks Pro to manage development efforts. Since Danube is a Scrum company, I check their site frequently for new content written by its team of Certified Scrum Trainers, which includes blogs, white papers, and more. When I visited the site yesterday, I was happy to discover that the company has launched a new video blog series, which gives folks a chance to watch a short clip of a CST discussing an issue related to Scrum. The first installment features Jimi Fosdick, who starts the conversation by asking, “What Is Scrum?” So far, the company has only posted one video, but I’m excited to see where this goes. It already looks like a great resource for Scrum users learning the ropes. Check it out here.

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  1. Manjusha Chaubey |

    This was very good tutorial covering the all high level aspect of the Scrum.
    I am eager to see the problems faced by team in each of these aspects like Product Backlog meeting — mistakes done by team
    or Scrum Planning meeting specially on estimation it can be both way overcomit or undercomit.

  2. Charles |

    I stay up way to late reading about scrum project management and whatnot so I guess Thanks! Haha

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