Scrum Introduction

Scrum allows for:
Scrum is a lightweight process framework that is well suited for small cross-functional teams, and is the de-facto standard for Agile at the team level.
To establish a predictable delivery rhythm of potentially shippable increments.
To initiate a process of continuous improvement at the team level.
To involve team members in finding the best solution, rather than working strictly within their own function.
To give the team responsibility for their own process.

To make decisions about the further development of the product based on the actual degree of its readiness, implemented functionality, and the team's speed.

As most Agile scaling frameworks assume scaling Scrum, we recommend considering the implementation of Scrum as a mandatory element of program-level transformations.
When assisting a team to work with Scrum, AgileLAB consultants:
Help to define the boundaries of the product.
Help prepare the team's product backlog for the start of sprint work.
Conduct training for the new way of working for both the team and stakeholders that the team will interact with.
Help identify individuals who will take on two critical new roles - the product owner and Scrum master.
Provide individual support for mastering new roles for the product owner and Scrum master.
Configure the Scrum event cycle.
Transfer responsibilities for conducting these events to the Scrum master.
Provide recommendations for further progress of the team.
Also, based on the results of launching a Scrum team, a list of obstacles that are preventing a full transition to the new way of working may be formed. This is often a reason not to stop the transformation, but to treat it as another impediment that should be eliminated.
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