Of all the frameworks in the agile project management landscape, scrum takes the cake. Scrum is short for scrummage, originating from rugby, where a team huddles together for a common aim. In the business world, scrum refers to processes and practices to make an organization adapt to change and surpass goals.
As an Agile/Scrum Developer, your role is to get your team ahead by being the liaison or the facilitator between the client and the software team. In this role, you tap into your knowledge of agile methodologies and organize your teams by managing expectations and planning for the best possible outcome. An Agile/Scrum Developer braces untangle possible conflicts by structuring tasks and ensures decision-making as optimized to achieve targets.
A challenge from the digital ecosystem
The design and development technologies of Agile confront traditional development methods (i.e. Cascade) to reduce the probability of failure of software development projects, thus allowing detection and correction of deviation in early periods. The continued evaluation of results of business systems, such as the prioritization and change requirements, allow management of costs and resources of the project where they are most useful for the objectives of the business.