• Resources
    • SCRUM Guide
      • Introduction to Scrum
      • Scrum Roles
      • Scrum Artifacts
      • Scrum Events
      • Scrum Flow
      • Implementing Scrum
      • Best Practices and Tips
      • Common Challenges and Solutions
    • Agile Estimation Guide
      • Introduction to Agile Estimation
      • Agile Estimation Techniques
      • Factors Affecting Estimation
      • Agile Estimation Process
      • Using Estimations for Planning
      • Challenges and Solutions
      • Best Practices for Effective Estimation
      • Continuous Improvement and Adaptation
    • Product Management
      • Introduction to Product Management
      • Product Lifecycle and Frameworks
      • Market Research and Customer Insights
      • Idea Generation and Validation
      • Roadmapping and Strategy
      • Cross-Functional Collaboration
      • Product Metrics and KPIs
      • Product Launch and Marketing
      • Feedback Management and Iteration
      • Scaling and Product Growth
      • Product Management in Different Industries
      • Ethical Considerations in Product Management
      • Challenges and Problem-Solving
      • Professional Development in Product Management
    • Scaling Agile
      • Introduction to Scaling Agile
      • Foundations of Agile Scaling
      • Choosing the Right Framework
      • Leadership and Culture in Scaling Agile
      • Structuring Agile Teams
      • Coordinating Work Across Teams
      • Product Backlog and Release Planning
      • Scaling Agile Practices
      • Metrics and Performance Measurement
      • Addressing Challenges in Scaling Agile
      • Evolving Agile Maturity
      • Agile Project Charter

Scrum Flow

Initiating a Project

  1. Identify the Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Development Team.
  2. Create the initial Product Backlog based on stakeholder input and requirements.
  3. Conduct an initial Sprint Planning to kick off the first sprint.

Sprint Cycle

  1. Sprint Planning: Define sprint goal and select backlog items.
  2. Daily Scrum: Coordinate work and address impediments.
  3. Development: Complete backlog items and refine the increment.
  4. Sprint Review: Gather feedback on the increment.
  5. Sprint Retrospective: Reflect on the sprint and plan improvements.

Monitoring Progress
Use the Sprint Burndown Chart to track the team's progress throughout the sprint. It shows remaining work over time, aiding in predicting whether the team will complete the sprint goal.

Delivering the Increment
At the end of each sprint, the team presents the potentially releasable increment during the Sprint Review. The Product Owner decides whether to release it or continue refining.

Continuous Improvement
Teams continuously enhance their processes based on Sprint Retrospectives. This iterative approach leads to improved productivity, quality, and collaboration.

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