Now that we have learned some of the important aspects and components of Scrum, let’s bring it all together and look at the Scrum workflow. It all starts with the Product Backlog, where the product owner will present all of the prioritized features and tasks to the team. Collectively, during the Sprint Planning the team then will discuss and select the items with the highest priority to go into the Sprint Backlog. During the Sprint (1 – 3 weeks), the team will work on completing the tasks in the sprint backlog and discuss about the progress, obstacles or make necessary adjustment during the Daily Scrum (daily standup).
Last but not least, the Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospect will take place to close the sprint. At the end of every sprint, there can also be a Potential Shippable Product (with minimum feature set) that can be released to the end user. All the above process will be repeated in cycles until the project or product is completed.