The Knowledge Academy Logo
The Knowledge Academy Logo
+61 1-800-150644 - Available 24/7

Remember: All of our classroom courses are available as live instructor-led training which you can attend from home.

Remember: All of our classroom courses are available as live instructor-led training which you can attend from home.

Send us your message.

X

Send us your message.

X

Our sales and enquiry team will get back to you as soon as possible

Please enter Name Please enter valid Email Please enter valid Phone number Please enter course

The information you provide shall be processed by The Knowledge Academy – a professional training company. Your data shall be used by a member of staff to contact you regarding your enquiry.

Please click here for privacy policy.

We cannot process your enquiry without contacting you, please tick to confirm you consent to us contacting you about your enquiry

Scrum Theory

 

Scrum is centred around three principles that must be adhered to throughout the entirety of the Sprints, including:

Transparency - A common language is utilised in Scrum, enabling individuals both interior and exterior to the project (e.g. stakeholders) to engage with and appreciate the progress of each sprint. The achievement of each sprint must be well documented in order to justify the value of the Scrum framework to investors and stakeholders, and to ensure that all members of the development team are aware of their role in the development of the product

 

Inspection - Tasks and work conducted by the Scrum team should be frequently assessed to ensure that they are progressing towards the sprint goal. The inspection should be conducted by an individual exterior to the development team to ensure there is no bias, however they should not interrupt or distract individuals away from the task in hand during their inspections. The results of the inspection enhance transparency and clarity of operational achievements, whilst establishing what resources may be required for future Scrum sprints.

 

Adaptation - If the inspection reveals that a process or task completed by the Scrum development team deviates away from the sprint goal, then they must instruct adaptations to prevent such work from having a detrimental effect on the final product delivery. Adaptation ensures that deleterious processes are stopped before they waste resources and valuable sprint time.