Roles and responsibilities in SCRUM methodology
Scrum’s roles can be categorized into core and non-core roles:
Product owner: Responsible for optimizing product value, defining project goals, managing the product backlog, prioritizing stakeholder objectives, and maintaining client-team communication.
Scrum master: Facilitates team productivity, coordinates development, and collaborates with the product owner to maximize ROI.
Stakeholders: Maintain direct connectivity with business sponsors, customers, and users, playing a vital role throughout the development process.
Vendors: Companies or individuals selling and buying products and services.
Scrum guidance body (SGB): Offers guidance on quality, government regulations, security, and other organizational parameters.
Chief product owner: Manages overall strategy and goals, supporting business, system, and technical perspectives.
Chief scrum master: Coordinates and collaborates between multiple Scrum teams, ensuring up-to-date project backlogs and effective communication.