What is Scrum? How does it become so popular?
You always hear this term between your colleagues, but you still don’t know the meaning? Let’s define it together!
As history claims, the term ‘Scrum’ was first used by Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka in1986. The name was borrowed from the game of rugby, and after it in the early 1990s Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland developed the Scrum framework.
We have also defined ceremonies inside the team, which help us to follow the whole process of the project: Sprint Backlog Refinement, Sprint Planning Meeting, Daily Stand-up Meeting, Sprint Review Meeting, Sprint Retrospective Meeting.Imagine a process! Refinement gives us more simplicity in definition of upcoming tasks and covering all questions included in that sprint. On each Planning meeting, the Scrum team defines the current sprint goal and tasks to be completed. The workflow is followed properly on daily bases, which assures our Daily Stand-up meeting. Moreover, the sprint completion, work result and Team obstacles & improvements are checked and defined on Sprint Review and Retrospective meetings.