Scrumpedia is meant to function as an encyclopedia for the Scrum and agile community. Here you will find definitions of the basic Scrum concepts, yes. But you will also find approaches to implementing those concepts, in-depth features about Scrum, case studies that showcase one team’s experience with Scrum, and something else maybe.
The concepts have been written by a cadre of volunteers, Scrum aficionados who have years of experience doing, teaching, and coaching in the agile world. Minor adjustments might be made to concepts over time but for the most part they are the heart, the meat, the undeniable essence of Scrum, without which you will go astray. Approaches are variations of these concepts and they can vary widely. Maybe it’s adding XP to Scrum to increase velocity and quality. Or maybe it’s a story of how to employ use cases in your product backlog.
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