Agile SCRUM Model

There is no particular definition for scrum… Agile SCRUM  Model is just one of the many iterative and incremental agile software development projects and product or application development. So Scrum is actually a type of Agile approach which is used commonly in software developments. So, Scrum is a specific essence of Agile, specifically it is referred to as an agile project management framework.


 Scrum has mainly two roles:

  • Main/Core Role
  • Ancillary Role

Main/Core role:

It consists of…

  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Development Team.

Scrum Masters: It ensure this process happens as smoothly as possible, and continually help improve the process, the team and the product being created.

Product Owners: It determines what needs to be built in the next 30 days or less.

Development Teams: Build what is needed in 30 days (or less), and then demonstrate what they have built. Base on this demonstration, the Product Owner determine what to build next.

Ancillary Role:

The ancillary roles in Scrum teams are those with no formal role and infrequent involvement in the Scrum processing but nevertheless, they must be taken into account. Stakeholders, Managers.

Scrum Master:- There are few types of meetings in scrum:

Daily Scrum:

  • Standup Backlog grooming
  • Story time Scrum of Scrums
  • Sprint planning meeting
  • Sprint review meeting
  • Sprint retrospective

What Is Sprint?

In the SCRUM methodology a sprint is the basic unit of progress. Each sprint is preceded by a planning meeting, where the everyday jobs for the sprint are identified and an expected commitment for the sprint goal is made.

In the Agile methods every iteration involves a team working through a full software development cycle, including planning, requirements analysis, design, coding, unit testing, and acceptance testing when a working product is demonstrated to stakeholders.

In a “SCRUM” sprint you execute all the software development phases (from requirement analysis to acceptance testing), and in my opinion you should, you can say SCRUM sprints correspond to AGILE iterations.

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