Overview of the Scrum Methodology

  • scrum
  • artifacts
  • events
  • roles
  • methodology
  • what
  • is
  • product owner
  • master
  • development
  • team
  • sprint
  • review
  • retrospective
  • daily
  • burndown

This video is an overview of the scrum methodology, it's roles, events, and artifacts.

It has basic explanations for each role - scrum master, product owner, development team, artifact - product backlog, user stories, definition of done, etc, and events - sprint, sprint review, daily scrum, sprint retrospective.

It is a good video for information technology individuals trying to understand scrum in 5 minutes.

You can download the Scrum guide here.



  • Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber in 1990’s
  • First presented in Austin Texas, in 1995
  • Scrum Software Development Process
  • Scrum deriving from Rugby (The New New Product Development Game) – Takeuchi e Nonaka
  • Team Work, with objectives


Scrum Roles:


  • Scrum master
  • Scrum Development (Development Team)
  • Product Owner
  • Stakeholders


Scrum Artifacts:

  • Product Backlog
  • Users Stories
  • Sprint Backlog
  • Time Estimates (Planning Poker®)
  • Burndown Graph
  • Definition of Done


Scrum Events:

  • Sprint
  • Sprint Planning
  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Daily Scrum

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