What is scrum? What are the three scrum roles and four scrum rituals? What is a product backlog vs a sprint backlog? What am I supposed to be doing at sprint planning? or retro? or standup? This is a pure Scrum "by the book" overview, which probably doesn't look like what your team does today, but I think it's valuable to give everyone insight into the textbook process so that we can make informed decisions about how we work and understand why those processes are valuable. This presentation is based on a creative commons deck written by Scrum Alliance co-founder Mike Cohn.