Agile Scrum – The role of a Project Manager

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The three major roles in Agile Scrum are – Product Owner, Team and Scrum Master. So how does a Project Manager (PM) from a traditional waterfall model fits in an Agile Scrum process? In a traditional waterfall model, the project is driven by the PM. Team depends on PM for directions and approvals.  In Agile it is more of a team activity and whole show is driven by the team. It is true that the role of a PM shrinks in agile process. They are no longer responsible for providing the solutions as... more →
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Video : A Very Short Introduction to Scrum Agile Development Methodology

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Scrum is one of the most popular agile software development methodologies. It is a process where software is delivered in time boxed iterations. These iterations are known as Sprint. Scrum focuses on the highest business value software features, in each sprint. That means Scrum team will be always working on value based features. Watch the Video     Roles in Scrum There are three roles in Scrum and they are Product Owner Scrum Team Scrum Master Scrum Workflow Product owner maintains the product... more →
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Video : Birth of Agile Software Development Methodology

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Agile software development is a group of methodology, used for successfully managing and delivering software projects as a team. In this video, we will learn about the reasons behind the need for Agile software development methodologies. In the past (in 1990s), waterfall model is used as the de-facto standard for software development.  It is a sequential design process, consisting of Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing and Maintenance. It was initially applied in manufacturing and construction... more →
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