Lean-Agile at the Team: A Lean Approach to Scrum and Kanban
Reading path for Scrum
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Lean-Agile software development is a conceptual framework for undertaking software engineering projects that embraces and promotes evolutionary change throughout the entire life-cycle of the project. In Lean-Agile, work proceeds from the initial concept through development, and on to delivery when the customer can consume the product.
This reading path introduces essential concepts related to Scrum in Lean-Agile.
Scrum is one of the more popular Agile frameworks. The Scrum Alliance is a group of analysts that originally developed the Scrum processes and the Agile Manifesto. Originally, it was intended for software development projects but can be applied to other applications.
From a Lean-Agile perspective, the goal of Scrum can be summarized as,
The incremental delivery of value through iterative development according to the capability of the team.