In Scrum, the first target is to create a backlog and sprint. Each Sprint cycle includes planning, implementation, assessment, improvisation, testing, and the shipping of the final product. The listed view of a process flow of scrum methodologies is shown below:
Product backlog creation, release backlog, and sprint backlog creation are the initial three processes for the scrum process flow. Working on scrum and sprint meetings is also an integral part of the development process. Everyone in the team is required to communicate with the members and discuss the impending tasks, and problems faced during task completion.
The team’s progress is tracked through a burn-down chart. It gives an account of the remaining work in a given release or sprint. Testing and product demonstration is also a key part of the process flow, as a sprint review is held after sprint completion. The software in its final form is further presented for approval and acceptance by the customers. On any genuine lapse, according to the feedback, the stakeholders decide any further changes in the project.