Originally posted by Darya Akbari: Well I in the first place I thought the same that Scrum is one of those Software Development methods, but some here at JavaRanch say that Scrum is about project management.
That would include me. There is nothing in Scrum about software development at all, it is purely about managing small, self-organizing teams. Though it is often used for projects involving software, Scrum is also successfully used for other types of projects.
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The PMP exam won't have any questions specifically about SCRUM. But if you have a good understanding of SCRUM, then that will give you a good leg up on studying for the PMP exam. The reason for this is that if you've spent time thinking about SCRUM, then you probably have a good understanding of a lot of the ideas behind team communication, project schedule constraints, and activity sequencing, and those are core concepts that you need to understand to become PMP certified.
You'll still have studying to do, though!
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posted 12 years ago
I think I should take a look at this Scrum .
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[size=18]Scrum is not a process or a technique for building products, rather it is a framework within which you can employ various processes & techniques
The business sets the “priorities”. Teams self-organize to determine the best way to deliver the highest priority features
Three legs of Scrum
Transparency – Ensures problems are visible so that it can be resolved
Inspection- Unaccepted variances in the process can be detected
Adaptation- Adjustments are made quickly to minimize further deviation
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