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10 Tips for Successful Scrum Implementation – Infographic

Khyati SehgalKhyati Sehgal

The beginnings of today’s project execution techniques lie in the waterfall-ish approach to software development assignments where one team’s output was another team’s input. This batch based assembly line approach gave way to modern project management, which looks at cutting down the idle time for each of the teams by making the entire process simultaneous.

As the market became more competitive, business owners began to look at optimizing their software development projects. This was the motivation behind the inception of the concept of agile development and is perhaps the reason why a lot of companies started to ‘go agile’. Agile methodology has also seen a lot of improvements in its cycle, leading to a leaner, more efficient methodology called Scrum. Even though Scrum is a lightweight process framework, it still needs the right kind of skill sets to handle it efficiently. Here we present ten tips to implement Scrum successfully within your project. How many of them were you already aware of? Let us know.

Scrum Implementation Tips

Khyati is a technology expert at VenturePact, helping businesses find premium software firms to develop their products and scale their teams. If you have any questions about outsourcing your next technology project Khyati is happy to help.

  • XSolve

    if you are still curious about implementing Scrum, I recommand this guide prepared specially for those, who want to turn Scrum methodologies into business values.

  • Iris Kavanagh

    Lovely infographic and yet the images would leave one thinking only men can participate in successful scrums. Interesting perspective.

    • hasanyasin

      There is one lady on 3rd section. Maybe she is the boss! 😀

      — As a male, it feels odd to me too. If I were to draw people, regardless of the subject, it feels much more natural to pick a random-but-balanced number of members from each gender. Of course, unless it is agile restroom usage infograph.