Initially, we covered the definition of Scrum, Scrum Philosophy including the Scrum History. It is now time to look into the Values of Scrum. While history lays the road, philosophy gives an insight into the process, it is the Values which make the process shine out even in a clutter.
There are normally five Values of Scrum that form the basis of our decision-making and even guide our action:
Agile Manifesto starts with a very interesting line. “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it”. Agile never says other frameworks are redundant or are not required or it is the only solution. It simply states, we are uncovering better ways, which are better, progressive and definitely the next step to the methods used prior to this.
We believe and want to dedicate ourselves to an aim of giving the best to meet the goal. If you have the commitment, the path unfolds itself in your favour. It is about the energy which culminates towards ensuring that the goal is set and achieved through efforts.
As a SCRUM practitioner displaying of self respect, regard and honouring the SCRUM community, globally at every step is the key credential here.