When you are considering adopting Agile, it can get confusing trying to sort through the different frameworks. Let’s take a look at why we think you should choose Scrum.

Scrum is a widely used Agile framework, originally introduced for software development. It has many benefits that make it a popular choice for teams and organizations. Here are a few reasons why someone might choose Scrum:


Scrum is a flexible framework that allows teams to adapt to changing requirements and priorities. Scrum emphasizes collaboration, communication, and transparency, which helps teams work together effectively and respond to changing needs.

Continuous Improvement

Scrum encourages continuous improvement by providing a framework for teams to reflect, gather feedback, and adapt their processes based on what they learn. By continuously improving, teams can deliver higher quality products and improve their overall effectiveness and efficiency. The iterative nature of Scrum allows teams to make small improvements with each sprint, which can lead to significant improvements over time.


Scrum emphasizes transparency by making progress visible through daily stand-ups, sprint reviews, and other ceremonies. This helps stakeholders understand what the team is working on and how progress is being made.

Empowered Teams

Scrum empowers teams by providing a framework that promotes autonomy, collaboration, and continuous improvement. This approach allows teams to take ownership of their work, to leverage their individual strengths and expertise, and to work together towards a shared goal.

Faster Time-to-Market

Scrum is designed to help teams deliver work quickly and regularly. By breaking work down into sprints, prioritizing the most valuable projects, holding regular check-ins, and reflecting on their processes, Scrum teams can deliver higher quality products faster. This can lead to faster time-to-market and increased competitiveness.

Overall, Scrum is a popular choice for Agile implementation because it provides a framework for teams to work collaboratively, respond to change, and continuously improve.

Interested in learning more? Check out this overview of Foundations of Scrum!



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