SCRUM is a framework in which cross-functional teams can create products or develop projects in an iterative and incremental way. This methodology is a reference model that defines a set of practices and roles, and that can be taken as a starting point to define the development process that will be executed during a project. What is each part? Its characteristics? Their roles? ... find it in our next post!
In February 2001, 17 software developers gathered in Utah to discuss less cumbersome development methodologies. They published the first Agile Development Methodology manifesto, which told how they had found "better ways to develop software and help others do it." This manifesto includes 12 principles, which are a great contrast to the standards of the Project Management Institute (PMI). PRINCIPLE 1: Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through the early and contin