Scrum Management is a subset of Agile Project Management and is defined as a methodology for administering software delivery that comes under the broad category of Agile Project Management.
Now, what is Agile Project Management?
Agile Project Management is a repetitive approach to planning and guiding project processes. An agile project is completed in small sections. These sections are called iterations.
Connecting the two terms, Scrum is an agile way to manage a project usually software management. Whereas, agile software management along with Scrum is realized as a framework for managing a process rather than just a methodology.
The goal of Scrum management is to deliver working products with more business value and with incremental practices. The project that is done in small sections of iterations are called sprints. At the end of each sprint the team produces a potentially deliverable product increment.
By working in small sprints, this cycle of iterations can be repeated until enough work items are completed. The work to be done is prioritized and broken into doable chunks. Scrum management is about collaborating and communicating both with the people who are doing the work and the people who need the work done. The perfect instance for this is a manager (the one who gets the work done) and his employees (the people who do the work). The idea is all about responding to the feedback of the customers and providing them real time services by fulfilling the gap between the type of demand and the type of supply.
Sprint, is the crucial activity of the whole project and a fixed iteration lasts between 1-4 weeks. The activities lined for the same are:
The major roles in the whole of the process involves three imperative positions viz.,
Therefore, Scrum Management is the new way of managing by self-organizing where in there is no traditional leader and hence the team is having the responsibility with equally defined authority and accountability.