Based on flexibility: The daily reviews allow for constant adaptability
Progress is constantly monitored: This helps the project stay on track both in terms of the vision and timescale
Continuous process improvement: Lessons from one sprint are passed on to the next to avoid similar mistakes and streamlining of processes
Creative by nature: This supports the creativity of software development perfectly as these projects visions are highly creative by nature and susceptible to change
Is not a rigid framework: It does not tell you specifically how to something or what to do, rather, it facilitates the benefit of daily hindsight and builds an overarching assessment of what is being done. This helps provide clarity on what is working and what isn’t working and allows quick changes to be made
Self-management: Delegating responsibility allows for quick decision making and immediate adaptability
Strong reliance on collaboration: Daily meetings set the tasks of the day based on what was successfully completed or needs adapting from the day before. This means that workload, skills and knowledge are shared and supported within the sprint team.
Unfiltered transparency: “A problem shared is a problem halved”. Once again, this allows to review the successful tasks and those that may need reviewing and changing, it also leads to new possibilities that were not possible or thought of before.