Scrum Guide

Scrum Guide

Some words about the main things.

Despite being truly versatile and powerful, Scrum is also a very simple tool. As soon as you get acquainted with it and understand how it works, your life will change. You’ll get surprised how easy it could be to organize your work or personal tasks.

We have prepared a description of the key elements of Scrum and included it in “Scrum Basics” section. We tried to describe everything in detail, providing real-life examples and vivid imagery.

Methodology SCRUM

Learn about Scrum roles

Scrum Master

Lead your team to the goal. Help it stay on the path.

Scrum Team

A productive multi-functional team, the basic element of Scrum.

Product Owner

Keep everything in a convenient Backlog and boost the value of your products to the maximum level.


Create and manage Sprints – the key elements of Scrum.

Daily Meetings

Daily 15-minutes meetings, allowing you to keep the selected course.

Sprint Planning Meeting

An important planning event preceding another Sprint.

Scrum of Scrums

General tasks and cross-integration of teams.

Sprint review meeting

Summarize the results and increase functionality.

Retrospective meeting

Hold a final meeting after a Sprint is finished and create a report.


People which are directly relevant to the project and benefit from it.


Even Scrum needs team managers.

Abnormal Termination

Exceptional situations when the process has to be stopped.

Planning Poker (Scrum poker)

A proper evaluation of the difficulty brings good results.

Story Points

Metric points necessary for evaluating the difficulty of the story.

Definition of Done (DoD)

A degree of readiness of a project.


Evaluate the acceleration of a Scrum Team.

Burndown chart

A graphic representation of finished and done tasks in Scrum.
Project Manegement
Project Manegement

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