All About SAFe Training

Software development is becoming more and more complex as technology advances, and the struggle for developers to keep up with the competition is becoming more and more pronounced. When a large team works together to complete a project, it can, at best, be a confusing process, full of miscommunications, and specific departments delegated to completing…read more

The Five Scrum Values

As a team-based philosophy, Scrum has a set of five core values that form the groundwork for the Scrum Team’s interactions with each other and the process by which they create products. These values help them navigate challenges and maintain the Scrum mentality, even at times of stress and strain. What are the five values?…read more

The Differences Between Product Backlogs and Sprint Backlogs

Scrum Framework relies heavily on teamwork and organization for each and every project it is applied to. For every project, the Team uses a Backlog system to maintain data about upcoming projects or updates made to already released products. These databases provide the foundation that allows the Teams to make a clear plan for production…read more

What Exactly are Scrum Sprints?

As a framework, Scrum allows businesses to produce high-quality products in a short amount of time by delegating specific projects to small, cross-functional teams. These Scrum Teams operate through Scrum Events that break down the process of production into short phases called Sprints. What exactly are Sprints and what’s involved?   What are Sprints? The…read more

Scrum Theory Explained

Why is Scrum a successful framework for businesses involved in creating complex processes? Put simply, Scrum relies on teamwork and communication to create a work environment that functions quickly and fluidly while mitigating the risk of unknown variables interrupting the development process. Scrum framework relies on an empirical process, meaning the work produced must be…read more

What Does the Development Team Do?

The last key component of a successful Scrum framework is the Scrum Development Team. While these individuals are not required to be certified in Scrum framework and practices, they are expected to run their development process according to the principles of Scrum. Development Teams do not have designated roles like developer, engineer, or designer. Everyone…read more

What is a Certified Scrum Product Owner?

In our previous blog, we discussed the role of the ScrumMaster in a Scrum Team. While they are a necessary component to any Scrum organization, they can’t do everything on their own. The Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) helps facilitate the production process while implementing Scrum methods.   What is a Certified Scrum Product Owner?…read more

The History of Scrum

Scrum has revolutionized the field of project management, providing new and unique methods to assist businesses in meeting customer needs while letting employees do what they do best. Each team fulfills specific, designated work and is encouraged to complete their tasks in the way they work best. This ensures that customers’ expectations are met and…read more

The Different Scrum Roles

Scrum involves three different roles. These roles work together to promote smooth processes, provide information easily, and quickly solve problems. However, before your Scrum certification, you may be unaware of what these roles are. In this post, we will go over the different Scrum roles to inform you before you start your training to become…read more