What is Scrum? Is it a process? A methodology? Yes. Scrum is both of these and more. Scrum is a simple set of rules for getting things done as a team. And since Scrum involves teams it includes sociology.
Scrum is a culture and embracing and nuturing a culture is difficult. It would be nice if an amazing culture could just happen but this is not reality. In practice, culture evolves over time and is driven from leadership. If leadership is not open to a new way of thinking then Scrum stands no chance.
The difficulties of Scrum are changing culture and not about adopting a process. Scrum as a tool is actually incredibly EASY TO UNDERSTAND. But using the tool properly involves embracing a culture. This is why Scrum is so HARD.
Rocket Scrum was born from the needs of a software development team. Portal Integrators began using Scrum after working with Jeff Sutherland in the early 2010's. There wasn't a tool that worked so the Portal team cobbled together a system that worked using various spreadhsheets, calendar invites, and shared notes. The Scrum processed worked great but the tools were lacking. And thus the Portal team began building their own Scrum tool. And thus Rocket Scrum was born.
Rocket Scrum is not only a tool but a guide to better Scrum, better culture, and better teams.
Rocket Scrum has been tailored specifically, and exclusively, for teams using Scrum. Scrum is not only a process but a cultural guide to better communication, collaboration, and workflow. Each component of Rocket Scrum embodies a key component of Scrum. With Rocket Scrum you get exactly what you need to make Scrum work. Nothing less and nothing more.
Learn Scrum by doing Scrum. The right way.
Many companies around the world say they are using Scrum. Some have had more success than others. It all depends on the culture.
The greatest achievers, leaders, and heros throughout all of history are still... dead. At the end of the day Scrum embraces what matters most to those of us that are still alive. Living a fulfilling and enjoyable life. Rocket Scrum was designed to make a productive life fulfilling and enjoyable.
A Scrum Team has three roles: Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Team Member.
There are five events in Scrum: Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Demo, and Sprint Retrospective.
Thre things to keep track of work and progress: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Product Backlog Item.