Technically no, in reality yes. Allow me to clarify this, Scrum is one of many Agile methodologies, but Scrum is the most popular and widely used of all Agile methodologies. Hence, when people are talking about “Agile” they are generally referring to Scrum. Most people don’t even know there are other methodologies besides Scrum. If you want to learn more about the other methodologies, just go to this link.
Can you give me an example where waterfall method is better than scrum method?
Mega projects are normally 3-5 years years long, so how can you follow scrum approach in those projects as here sprint is of 4-6 weeks long only???
Are there any WBSs and Activities in Scrum??? If not then how do you do it?
To me the Product Owner is kind of the Business Analyst as he writes the Product Backlog Item after consultation with Stakeholders?
What about Project scope in Scrum? Who defines/make Project scope and how?
Product vision in scrum is a kind of “Project Mandate or idea”? If yes then what about Business case and Project charter in scrum?