Techiio-author
Started by Bell GrantNov 7, 2021

Open
Does Scrum alone = agile?

2 VIEWES 0 LIKES 0 DISLIKES SHARE
0 LIKES 0 DISLIKES 2 VIEWES SHARE

I am listening to plenty of organizations that act like they're agile however the most effective agile factor they do is the scrum technique. Is that enough to be considered agile? The usage of the scrum by myself looks like the ideal excuse for a horrific supervisor to get more meetings more frequently. Have I been wary of such groups?

1 Replies

Techiio-commentatorAllen Scott replied 3 months ago0 likes0 dislikes

Scrum is a subset of Agile. It is a lightweight process framework for agile development and the most widely-used one. A “process framework” is a particular set of practices that must be followed in order for a process to be consistent with the framework.

You must be Logged in to reply
Trending Technologies
15
Software91
DevOps48
Frontend Development24
Backend Development20
Server Administration17
Linux Administration28
Data Center24
Sentry24
Terraform23
Ansible83
Docker70
Penetration Testing16
Kubernetes21
NGINX20
JenkinsX17
Techiio-logo

Techiio is on the journey to build an ocean of technical knowledge, scouring the emerging stars in process and proffering them to the corporate world.

Follow us on:

Subscribe to get latest updates

You can unsubscribe anytime from getting updates from us
Developed and maintained by Wikiance
Developed and maintained by Wikiance