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Agile Or Scrum – Which One To Choose And Why?


In current times, there are multiple project management frameworks available, such as Agile, Scrum, Waterfall, Kanban, etc. So, when a new project has been started, we need to take hundreds of decisions regarding that project. Among these decisions, one of the first decisions regards which project management methodology we need to follow or adapt. For some, the project management process always follows a more rigid and structural methodology (like Scrum). Other project management processes like Kanban are much easier to introduce and can be implemented on the top of the existing processes. These processes have some pros and cons, so we need to know which one to choose? In this article, we will discuss the compassion between Agile and Scrum. We will talk about the advantages, disadvantages and when we should use each one process.
Agile Or Scrum

What is Agile?

 The agile software development process is mainly based on an incremental, iterative, or repetitive approach. Instead of in-depth or complete planning at the beginning of the project, Agile methodologies are very much open to changing the requirements over time to time and encourages and expect constant feedback from the end-users. Cross-functional or operational teams work on iteration basis for a product over some time and all work is normally organized as a backlog item. Each backlog times need to be prioritized based on business or customer value. The ultimate goal of each iteration is to produce a working product or result. In this methodology, the leadership can be encouraged with the help of teamwork, accountability, and communication between the different team members. The business owner or stakeholders include developers that must be work together to prepare the product with customer needs and company goals.  The Agile methodology supports or refers to any process which aligns with the main concepts of the Agile Manifesto. In February 2001, 17 different software developers met in Utah to discuss the lightweight development methods. After that discussion, they published the Manifesto for Agile Development. The Agile Manifesto is a dramatic contrast related to the traditional text and it is also proper guidance related to the Project Management standards.

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