What are the 6 Scrum principles?

by Ranjeet Kumar SEO and Digital Marketer

what are the six scrum principles

Scrum, as you may know, is considered to be the numero uno framework to implement what is known to be one of the most popular software development philosophies called Agile. But, the question is what you may not know about Scrum. Well, I think it’s the six main principles of Scrum that are pivotal to the success of any software development project that uses Agile to carry out the SDLC process. That said, I won’t beat around the bush or belabour, and rather get you straight to those six pillars that make Scrum stand taller than its counterparts, like Kanban, Lean Software Development, Extreme Programming, etc.

Six Main Principles to apply the Scrum Framework

Empirical Process Control

The word Empirical means based on experience rather than on theory or pure logic. So, instead of laying down all the requirements in the contract and doing detailed upfront planning, Scrum application entails making decisions based on experience and observation every day, every sprint. Scrum practitioners frequently inspect all deliverables, what has worked, what will work for them, customer feedback, etc., in order to swiftly adapt to the changing market demands and head in the right direction. 


One of the very important tenets of Scrum-Agile environment is self-government which is enabled by providing higher autonomy, support and trust to team members. It’s kind of letting the team decide what to do as it knows the best what to. Since Scrum team members get the freedom to act in the servant-leadership environment, they feel self-motivated to add quality to their individual outputs, thereby maximizing quality and expediting delivery of results. This removes the need for persistent monitoring and micro-management to get the best outcomes. Read More- What are the 6 Scrum principles?

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