Chapter 3: The Scrum Approach

The previous chapter introduced the fundamental elements of Scrum, including the importance of executive sponsorship, putting a focus on products, forming Scrum Teams, and identifying Scrum roles and responsibilities, events, and artifacts. This section puts these concepts into play across a Sprint development cycle.

As you read through this section, please refer to Figure 3.1 – Scrum-based iterative and Incremental development cycle, which provides a graphical view of the basic flow of work within the Scrum framework. As defined in The Scrum Guide, the Scrum events that define a Scrum workflow include Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective. Figure 3.1 includes additional ...

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