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Agile Without Scrum – Is It Possible?

Agile software development practices have now become a standard in the tech industry and beyond. But agile is far more than its most common framework, Scrum, and it comes in different shapes and sizes. Many development and business teams formulate their own methods that are based on the agile principles but depart from the strict rules of Scrum. 


There’s no denying that Scrum is the most popular agile framework today. But is it possible to be agile without Scrum? Can development teams be more flexible about the strict rules of Scrum? 

Read this article to find out whether it’s possible to be agile without Scrum – and how to achieve the best results when following the agile methodology of project management.

What is Scrum?

Scrum is an agile framework that helps teams to address problems, deliver results productively, and drive the highest possible value. Scrum is also a framework for effective team collaboration, especially when teams are working on complex products.