One of the key benefits of the scrum model is its flexibility and adaptiveness as work requirements change. It provides control mechanisms for the planning of a product release, and then managing variables as the project is carried out. It means that the project can be altered and modified depending on changing needs, and in the end manages to establish and deliver the most appropriate release, emerging from the ability to adjust work to changing expectations once the project is underway.
Developers are free to devise ideas and solutions
Usually these ideas are pioneering and innovative as the team relies on the best possible formula for the completion of their work, in order to finish the project as appropriately, and as efficiently as possible. The scrum model employs expert individuals to work essentially unsupervised within their own divisions. The influence of professionals also demonstrates tactic knowledge in the development process, and therefore innovative work schemes can be less perilous, thanks to previous experience of the team members.
Object oriented approach to methodology
Another positive aspect of the scrum model is the Object Oriented approach to methodology, suggesting a discrete, reliable and manageable environment. The scrum model is a highly adaptive and flexible form of project management, and procedural code does not apply to scrum project management because of this. Set strategies and intertwined interfaces conflict with the nature of the scrum model. Increased control over the variables that make it so unique would interfere with the purpose of the model.