Scrum is a popular framework for agile product development that is based on a set of roles, events, and practices. The three main roles in Scrum are the Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team. Each role has specific responsibilities and is essential for the success of the project.
The Scrum Master is the facilitator of the Scrum process and is responsible for ensuring that the team is following Scrum’s principles and practices. They act as a coach, facilitator, and servant leader to the team, helping them to remove any obstacles that may be preventing them from working effectively. They also help to ensure that the team is following the Scrum process and that the project is progressing as planned.
The Product Owner is responsible for the product backlog, which is a prioritized list of features and functionalities that the team is working on. They are the voice of the customer and are responsible for ensuring that the product being developed meets the needs of the users and the goals of the organization. They work closely with the development team to ensure that the product backlog is up-to-date and that the team is working on the most important features.
The Development Team is responsible for delivering working software incrementally, using time-boxed sprints. They are self-organizing, which means that they are responsible for planning and executing the work for the sprint. They work closely with the Scrum Master and the Product Owner to ensure that the product being developed is of high quality and meets the requirements of the users.
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