Chapter 3 – The Scrum Approach
- Why is Scrum described as a framework?
- The implication is Scrum is a container that provides only minimal guidance on baseline practices, rules, artifacts, and events to implement the values and principles of Agile and use empiricism to solve complex adaptive problems.
- Within the Scrum, Scrum Teams are free to use any other methods, tools, and practices that support their specific product delivery requirements.
- How does the traditional development model most differ from the Scrum model?
- The traditional (waterfall) model is plan-driven and implements a linear-sequential life cycle development process. In contrast, Scrum implements an iterative development life cycle to deliver Increments of customer-centric value frequently.
- Who has the final say on the scope for work that a Scrum Team can complete within a Sprint?
- Only the Scrum Team
- Why does the Product Owner have the final say on the items and priorities established within the Product...