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You may not know exactly what the scrum methodology is, but if you like sports, you’ve probably heard of melee, known in English as scrum. This play, is the most important one in rugby and consists of the proper distribution of roles by the players to push all towards a common goal. Well; look how easy it is! You already know the scrum philosophy.

This strategy, like any other agile management methodology seeks to obtain better results by to proper planning. Stands out as a very operative way of working when creating complex and unpredictable projects as a team.

The scrum methodology, which is already being used in big companies such as Amazon or Spotify, can be very beneficial for your company and that is why we want to talk about it. Ready?

Scrum is the ideal methodology to carry out complex projects in a dynamic way

How to implement scrum in your company

To correctly execute this strategy in your business, it is recommended  to follow the following steps:

  • Planning

    It defines each sprint, that is, the sections or blocks in which the work is divided. As well as the objective and delivery times.

  • Things to do

    The team puts the list of tasks that must be taken into account. It is essential to be rigorous with the effort required to set the deadlines correctly.

  • Internal meeting

    In this phase, the Scrum Master, in charge of eliminating possible obstacles, must ensure that each member complete all the tasks assigned to them, as well as motivating them to increase their productivity. In case you find any anomaly, it is the ideal time for you to make decisions. They should last about fifteen minutes.

  • Review

    Meeting with the client so that he knows first-hand the progress of the project. He may want to make modifications, if this happens, they should be carried out.

  • Retrospective

    The members of the work team come together to assess results and detect opportunities that can be applied in future processes.

When to use the scrum methodology

  • Scrum can be carried out in SMEs or large companies provided that the following situations occur in them:
  • When there is a large turnover of personnel.
  • Results are needed immediately.
  • If the deliveries slow down and, therefore, the costs increase.
  • If the parameters of the plan are constaly changing and poorly defined.

Benefits of scrum

This methodology has multiple benefits for your company for the following reasons:

  • Delivery times are shortened.
  • Work is expedited.
  • Elimination of basic errors.
  • Quick response.
  • Motivated and committed team.

Roles in scrum

In the scrum methodology, as in rugby, it is essential to define the roles taking into account the skills and attitudes of each member. In this case, the roles that take place in scrum are the following:

Project Owner

In charge of ensuring that the project is carried out following the business strategy.

Scrum Master

You must eliminate the obstacles that prevent the team from achieving the objectives and making decisions about them.

Development team Member

Multidisciplinary team of no more than ten people that is responsible for creating the product or service so that it can meet the deadlines.

 You may not know exactly what the scrum methodology is, but if you like sports, you’ve probably heard of melee, known in English as scrum. This play, is the most important one in rugby and consists of the proper distribution of roles by the players to push all towards a common goal. Well; look how easy it is! You already know the scrum philosophy.

“Trying to achieve maximum effectiveness through independence is like trying to play tennis with a golf club: the tool does not fit the requirements”.

Stephen Covey

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