What are the key Scrum principles? - Actonic – Unfolding your potential
We have outsourced our Atlassian licensing and services business to the newly founded Seibert Solutions GmbH. Actonic's products will be further developed under the usual name.
Become an Atlassian Knowledge Champion

What are the key Scrum principles?

  • Control over empirical processes: This is where Scrum’s three main ideas of transparency, alignment, and evaluation come in.

  • Self-organization: With self-organization, the autonomy of the entire team is strengthened. An innovative and also creative environment promotes the growth of individuals.

  • Collaboration: “Teamwork makes the dreamwork” – this is no secret. Transparency about responsibilities and open communication promote team cohesion and project success.

  • Value-based prioritization: Scrum prioritizes tasks based on value and importance, which makes the work structure immensely easier.

  • Timeboxing: In Scrum, this term describes the division of work time into sprints, standup meetings, planning sessions, or even sprint reviews.

  • Iterative development: Project requirements in Scrum are constantly adapted to current requirements. Software development activities are also repeatedly reviewed in order to develop the best product.

Discover our Apps for Jira and Confluence