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Why Use Scrum?

The overarching focus of agile development projects is the frequent delivery of high-quality, working software in the form of business-valued functionality. 

Agile is a group of product and service development techniques using an iterative and incremental approach in which solutions are delivered in stages. Agile promotes adaptive planning to develop a product in iterations, thereby lending a greater flexibility to change during the development process while reducing the extent of long-term planning. This minimizes the risk involved with changes in the long-term vision of a project.

Some of the key benefits of using Scrum in any project are:

1. Adaptability

Empirical process control and iterative delivery make projects adaptable and open to incorporating change.

4. Continuous Improvement

The deliverables are improved progressively Sprint by Sprint, through the Groom Prioritized Product Backlog process.

7. Early Delivery of High Value

The Create Prioritized Product Backlog process ensures that the highest value requirements of the customer are satisfied first.

9. Motivation

The Conduct Daily Standup and Retrospect Sprint processes lead to greater levels of motivation among employees.

13. High Trust Environment

Conduct Daily Standup and Retrospect Sprint processes promote transparency and collaboration, leading to a high trust work environment ensuring low friction among employees.

16. Innovative Environment

The Retrospect Sprint and Retrospect Project processes create an environment of introspection, learning, and adaptability leading to an innovative and creative work environment.

2. Transparency

All information radiators like a Scrumboard and Sprint Burndown Chart are shared, leading to an open work environment.

5. Continuous Delivery of Value

Iterative processes enable the continuous delivery of value through the Ship Deliverables process as frequently as the customer requires.

8. Efficient Development Process

Time-boxing and minimizing non-essential work leads to higher efficiency levels.

11. Effective Deliverables

The Create Prioritized Product Backlog process and regular reviews after creating deliverables ensures effective deliverables to the customer.

14.Collective Ownership

The Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories process allows team members to take ownership of the project and their work leading to better quality.

3. Continuous Feedback

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6. Sustainable Pace

Scrum processes are designed such that the people involved can work at a sustainable pace that they can, in theory, continue indefinitely.

10.Faster Problem Resolution

Collaboration and colocation of cross-functional teams lead to faster problem solving.

12. Customer Centric

Emphasis on business value and having a collaborative approach to stakeholders ensures a customer-oriented framework.

15. High Velocity

A collaborative framework enables highly skilled cross-functional teams to achieve their full potential and high velocity.

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