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How Risk Management is implemented or managed in SCRUM?

September 3, 2010 1 comment

For any management (Project, Configuration, Change and etc…) to implement in any methodology we need to identify during the initiation of the project. Same thumb rule is applied here in SCRUM.

Majority of the projects are failed due to the poor understanding of the requirements. Communication between the client and development team is missing in the traditional methodology i.e. effective communication. Interim the client won’t involve in the development process at all once he/she had given the requirements. This is flaw in the methodology is overcame in the SCRUM. That’s the success key of the SCRUM.

Also during the SPRINT planning meeting, the team gets clear view of what they need to develop and what are the acceptance criteria to fulfill the requirements? Details study of the requirement is done during the initial discussions, which leads effective estimation. So the misunderstanding of the requirements and acceptance criteria, the greater risk is addressed in well to do manner.

As we said in the earlier post, the Assumptions, Constraints, Dependencies, Communication, Reviews, Plans are well established and executed in the systematic manner. This leads to quality product.

Also if the team faces any issues during the execution, he/she may raise it during the daily standup meeting and logged as impediments. It’s responsibility of the SCRUM master to address this issues / impediments before they turn as risk for the project.