Scrum is an Agile framework that allows teams to work together to develop a product iteratively and incrementally with very simple but difficult-to-implement rules. The term is named after the scrum (or scrummage) formation in rugby, which is used to restart the game after an event that causes play to stop, such as an infringement. Scrum began in the 90s and became the most popular conceptual framework with Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland’s Scrum Guide. Scrum works on managing projects that are complex and have changing requirements. Scrum provides simple but important rules for flexible project management instead of giving specific steps to be followed in a project. The most important outcome of Scrum is bringing out the ‘pain-point’ by making the workflow transparent and motivating the project team for continuous improvements.