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What Is The Difference Between Scrum And Agile?

by StarAgile

January 18, 2017
Category Agile and Scrum


When we talk about team and process management tools, agile and scrum is used interchangeably. Do these two technical terms talk about one thing or represent different concepts and theories? When you take up agile scrum master certification program, you will learn about roles and responsibilities of a certified scrum master, and the 12 principles of agile methodology. In this blog, we will see the differences between Agile and Scrum.

Agile
Scrum
What is it?
Agile refers to a group of software development programs including scrum, extreme programming (XP), and rational unified process.
This iterative software development model is actually a subset of Agile – a framework is used to implement Agile.
Advantages
Shorter planning cycles allow for better refining and feedback implementation
Encourages team interaction and builds team spirit
Suitable for projects where the end goal is not clearly defined
Clients can get periodic updates about the project
Daily stand up meetings ensure better team interaction and improved transparency
Each person has a well-defined role, which increases accountability of every team member
Constant communication and faster feedback implementations reduce unwanted expenses
Everyone on the team understands the nuances and details of the project
Disadvantages
Without set deadline, planning and execution can become difficult and delayed.
No importance is given to documentation, which can affect current and future projects.
Final result could be very different from the initially expected outcome. This could become a problem if the client doesn’t like the end result.

As there is no set deadline, procrastination can develop.
The success of the project could become dependent on the certified scrum master

Process Steps
The steps in the agile methodology development cycle are Requirement analysis, design, implementation (coding or development), testing, and deployment.
The steps in scrum methodology are product backlog, sprint planning, backlog refinement, daily scrum meetings, sprint review meetings, and sprint retrospective meeting.
Tools and Methodologies
Methodologies used in Agile are Extreme Programming (XP), Adaptive system development (ASD), Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), Feature-driven development (FDD), Lean Software Development (LSD), Kanban, Crystal Clear, and scrum
Tools used in Scrum are scrum board, user stories, burnout chart, Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS), time boxing, and Icebox.

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