Scrum is a software development methodology that emphasizes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and continuous improvement. Scrum emphasizes rapid decision-making and encourages face-to-face communication across an organization's functional boundaries. The word "scrum" comes from the rugby football term for a group of players who form up into a rough formation before beginning play. A scrum provides numerical superiority in numbers to one side of the scrimmage line over their opponents, which allows the team forming the scrum to push forwards more effectively than their opposition.
Articles related to Scrum include team retrospectives, Agile tools, and process improvement. These topics may also be covered in articles about product management, software architecture, or DevOps.