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TL;DR The Scrum framework can usually be adapted to any product or service that can benefit from time-boxed effort and incremental delivery. That doesn't mean it's the best fit for every project, but the original question does not describe anything that can't fit into a Scrum implementatation. Question Analysis The question, as currently constituted, ...


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Scrum is a buzz word among managers, especially those never doing actual coding/analysis/testing. It suits some specific projects, but not all. It is not suitable for many, these dealing with highly technical topics is one of them. Scrum is actually known for accumulating technical debt (is is easy to just shuffle these 'not nice' tasks somewhere down in the ...


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Adding a bit to Daniel's excellent answer. You say: all the work is deeply technical and has no user facing consequences But you also say: focused on improving the performance of the product as a whole I can think of two reasons why you might improve the performance of the product: To improve the user experience (quicker response times, etc.) To ...


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Is Scrum actually suitable for all kinds of projects? Like with many things in the software industry, Scrum is not a silver bullet. It works nicely for some types of projects, and less so for others. I've often seen the Cynefin Framework mentioned when trying to identify projects types where Scrum might be used, so maybe have a look at it and see under what ...


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To your overall question, while Scrum can be applied in most projects, it is not necessarily the best approach for some projects. That said, it is well suited to complex problems that require discovery of the solution and adaptation to new information. Your project sounds like exactly the kind of project Scrum was designed to tackle. However, you raise some ...


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Agile is a mindset and as Ashok mentioned earlier, one of the values recognized by Agile teams, is prioritizing working software over comprehensive documentation. If said SRS or any formal documentation is needed for business ore compliance reasons, it can be created as part of the user stories / or tasks within a story. Be mindful however not to go down the ...


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Working software over comprehensive documentation One of the four main declarations made in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development is: ...we have come to value: ... Working software over comprehensive documentation If I were the buyer, I will rather take a copy of the Jira (or other issue tracking software) than an SRS (Software Requirements ...


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I've done more research. And from the resource below, it sounds like it is something that is not part of agile (since in Agile you are not bound to any strict list of requirements from start to finish), but can be incorporated into it if required. Does Formal Requirements Documentation Have A Place In Agile If you really need to have a formal SRS, then ...


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