Scrum Framework Cheat Sheet
This is a great resource to have for easy reference. It provides a great breakdown of all the working parts across a Scrum environment that can help guide your team to greater success.
Whether you’re a seasoned Scrum Master or a new professional within the development framework, it can be beneficial to revisit and refine concepts into simpler terms.
That’s because the better you can articulate Scrum, the better results you can anticipate, as processes remain clear and roadblocks can be sidestepped in advance.
This resource is a great way to get your entire development team on the same page and speaking the same language, as it breaks down the high-level terms, artifacts, and events in an easy-to-understand format.
In this cheat sheet, it will explain the following:
“The Game” of Scrum
Scrum is a framework for delivering high-value products across team sprints (set periods of development effort) that help teams address complex problems creatively and proactively.
“The Goal” of Scrum
Create a practical team-based approach that delivers better products through iterative and incremental change, thus maximizing opportunities for feedback while ensuring a product is always “stage-ready.
“The Players” of Scrum
The Scrum Master is a leader of the scrum team who causes the removal of impediments. They coach, monitor, and support efforts so the team can drive their own decisions. The Scrum Master verifies that the process is practiced according to Scrum guidelines.
The Product Owner manages and owns the product backlog. This individual controls the backlog priorities and is responsible for maximizing the value of the product produced from the team’s work. This is a single person.
The Developers are a collection of professionals who deliver and iterate on product goals each sprint. The Scrum Master and Product Owner help facilitate self-organized, cross-functional work to empower teams to manage their work.
The Scrum teams are anywhere from 3 to 10 people.
…and much, much more.
Print it out and have it at your desk, or bookmark it so you can reference it quickly down the road. It provides a great breakdown of all the working parts across a Scrum environment that can help guide your team to greater success.
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