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Scrum Methodology


Definition: the Scrum Methodology is one of the most popular and widely used methodologies within Agile project management and product management. It outlines a set of values, principles, and practices followed by Scrum teams to deliver a product or service in an iterative and incremental approach. By emphasizing collaboration, transparency, and adaptability, it allows teams to deliver value in a flexible and customer-focused manner.
The Scrum framework prescribes for teams to break work down their work into time-boxed iterations known as "sprints," with each sprint typically lasting two to four weeks.


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