Tips to manage SCRUM processes
Agile development practices have steadily risen to become a trusted and preferred method of development for software teams everywhere. It is always challenging to create a piece of a software system that fulfills a customer need, ready for use especially in a short time of just 2-3 weeks (sprints).
A good number of organizations worldwide, who are learning the Agile process and transitioning to a Scrum development cycle often, struggle to apply the theories in practice, particularly when real life obstacles present themselves such as:
- What happens if a team member doesn’t buy into the process or isn’t pulling his weight?
- What if someone is sick during a sprint?
- How do you establish priorities when there is lack of support from the top?
If you are one who has faced such tricky questions, read through our expert opinion on tips to address them.