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Any person involved in software development has always known that it usually is a typical scenario where instead of Newton's Law's of Physics being applied there, its Murphy's laws that dominate. Now, why does this happen? Many undefined factors play a major role in most software projects. Even after defining requirements to the dot and designing a project that should deliver without a fuss, projects do tend to fail. Heavy weight processes like Rational Unified Process (RUP) have tried to bring in some amount of order and symmetry to processes, but even then there are many reasons for the failure of software development processes.

Enter SCRUM. Not another acronym, but a term that's synonymous with successful and agile processes today. Well, it originated in the sport of rugby a name given to the formal conglomeration of forwards who bind together in specific positions when a scrum down happens. Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi first used it to describe hyper-productive development in 1987.

Scrum is a lightweight process that manages and controls development work. And controls chaos situations and improves communications and maximizes productivity. A tall order? Read on to see how it works…

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