People usually are confused between Agile and Scrum as both of them rely on iterations, frequent feedback, and collaborative discussions so, before getting into the Scrum core let me unravel the difference between the two.
Just like evolution was necessary for humans to come up where we are today by considering the necessary changes that were required to develop, the project management domain is not an exception. Ever since the working methodologies have been put in place, it demanded constant changes.
People who are familiar with the world of software have for sure heard the word “Agile” may be more times than one can count. Being Agile is associated with continual collaboration, timely delivery, releasing faster, adapting constantly.
If given a choice, who would you choose for your Team? A Project Manager or a Business Analyst? What if both the responsibilities will be pursued by a sole individual?
Imagine working directly with dev teams who are always on toes to meet tight deadlines. Sometimes, it could be challenging to get developers involved in the initial phase of discussion with the client and therefore forging the need for such professionals who can get thoroughly involved in the project requirement gathering process.