May 31, 2020
By using SCRUM in your Web projects, or any type, you will be able to achieve your goals in the shortest possible time and in a flexible way.
A bit of history, Scrum was born in the mid-1980s, where Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka designed a flexible and inclusive product development strategy where the team could reach a common goal. This strategy left sequential development aside and was replaced by teamwork as is done in rugby.
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland created the concept of Scrum and application in software development at a presentation in 1995 in Austin, Texas. Since then, Scrum has grown and become popular not only in software development but in every field, from small home projects to large enterprises.
In Project Management there are different methodologies, personally I trained in Traditional Project Management with high emphasis on Planning, which is good, but in a changing world requires flexibility, minimize costs and speed.
Scrum is an agile, adaptive, iterative method and much more that must be fulfilled to be useful, such as teamwork with emphasis on collaborative and helpful leadership for the greater participation of all involved in the team and the client.
The project work is divided into short and concentrated cycles of a defined duration called SPRINT, where the self-organized and empowered team performs its work, then an overview of the flow of a Scrum Project.
The important thing for a SCRUM Project to work is to RESPECT and COMPLY with its Key Areas:
These interact with each other and all are important for the development of the Project.
Well, I hope I have been clear and cleared up general doubts about SCRUM. Do you think you could use SCRUM in your personal projects?