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Scrum Benefits

Scrum’s ability to create functioning software faster than traditional methods is among its most compelling benefits. This is in part due to the fact that it encourages close collaboration with stakeholders and team autonomy, and promotes an environment of continuous improvement within the development environment. However, a variety of other factors contribute to the greater efficiency of Scrum projects as the ability to release frequently and the emphasis on brief, concise time-boxed sprints that are focused on high priority customer requirements.

Sprints allow for regular product inspections. This allows customers and stakeholders the opportunity to monitor the progress of the software, and to determine whether it can meet their changing requirements earlier and more quickly than they would with an e-wastewater project. TurboTax is a great example of this: instead of trying to create software that could be used for every state and federal income tax return all at once, it concentrated on developing software for just one state or a few states every sprint. This enabled them to release their product more quickly and earn ROI more quickly than they would have when working on a traditional project.

Additionally, Scrum provides high visibility into the state of a project on daily basis, which all stakeholders and executives at the top can easily access using tools like Workamajig. This transparency helps avoid costly mistakes, by giving an exact picture of the project’s current status and what needs to happen to keep it on track.

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