The Scrum Aide Memoir. A single page that lists all of the main elements of the Scrum framework as stated in the definitive Scrum Guide provided by Scrum.org. Find out how to get your copy of this must-have document.
The Scrum Aide Memoir
As regular readers will know, in the past I created and delivered a Scrum Master training course. I had to produce a number of items for the course including a slide show, training notes, practice assessments and a Scrum Aide Memoir. Of these, the latter item proved the most difficult, the most useful and the most popular with students.
I’ve included all the salient facts about Scrum on one side of a single sheet of paper. You’ll find all the roles, events and artifacts described in relevant detail. Facts related to the Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment, Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective are all included.
You’ll also find definitions of other Scrum terms such as the definition of “Done”, Sprint Goal and Product Backlog refinement as well as descriptions of terminology such as time-box, and estimating to name but a few.
These facts are presented in an easy-to-read format and fully comply with the latest edition of the Scrum Guide (July 2013). It’s a super fast read and a constant reminder of the fundamental elements of Scrum. Handy for both Scrum Masters and Scrum Teams, especially where Scrum has been newly introduced.
Get your copy of the Scrum Aide Memoir
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