Scrum is the most popular Agile framework. According to Digita.ai’s 16th annual report, 87% of organizations using an Agile framework use Scrum. That’s up from 58% of Agile teams using Scrum, as documented in the 14th annual State of Agile report.
Scrum is simple; that is its power. Scrum’s simplicity allows teams to focus on delivering value and responding to change rather than getting bogged down in complexity.
Simplicity also keeps the framework agile and adaptable, allowing teams to respond quickly to changing business problems and market conditions, create their own agendas for the events and decide how best to work together to deliver value.
Scrum reduces the overhead and administrative burden associated with product development. With a simple framework, teams can focus on delivering usable products rather than administrative tasks. Productivity improves, and the time to market for new features and products is shorter.
Because the framework is easy to understand, teams can quickly learn and get started using Scrum to deliver value and improve quality and customer satisfaction.
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