Chapter 4: Systems Thinking
Scrum has been an amazingly successful Agile methodology and has largely won the Agile wars as an industry standard. Scrum's strength comes from the following critical success factors:
- Its foundations in empirical process control theory help teams to solve complex adaptive problems.
- Relatively simple to learn.
- Minimizes prescriptive practices.
- Teams and organizations can implement their preferred business and user requirements analysis and engineering practices within the framework.
By now, you should have a strong understanding of how the basic Scrum framework supports Agile-based values and principles.
In this chapter, ...