Scrum Training

Scrum Development

With its origins in lean manufacturing and adaptive systems, Scrum development was first formally described in 2001. Since that time, Scrum has become the most popular Agile methodology available today, with 75% of all Agile teams utilizing the Scrum framework. At the core of Scrum development are the fundamental tenets of self-organization, collaboration, transparency, and trust.

Scrum Methodology

Delivery Vehicle

Scrum is effectively a “delivery vehicle” to help you manage your software development projects and deliver the goods to your customer. The Scrum methodology defines a lightweight work flow based on short iterative development cycles, inspection feedback loops, team synchronization, and adaption for improvement. The Scrum methodology introduces a few new roles such as Product Owner and ScrumMaster, and new lightweight development artifacts such as product backlog, sprint backlog, and burndown chart. Additionally, Scrum development defines a small number of collaboration meetings to assist with the iterative development such as sprint planning, sprint review, sprint retrospective, and the daily Scrum.

agile methodology

Your Advantage! 

Gartner research is now predicting that 80% of all software projects will use agile methodologies by 2012. As Scrum is the most popular agile methodology, it is uniquely positioned for even more growth and is already considered the default agile project management approach for agile development teams. If your team is not yet using the Scrum methodology, don’t worry – it’s not too late. Three Beacons can help - give us a call to discuss your situation. Our Scrum training in Dallas has received excellent reviews from many companies worldwide.