Are you ready to learn about the latest changes to the 2020 Scrum Guide? How will these changes affect our Scrum teams? Our Sr. Agile Coaches, Marcelo Lopez, and Leon Sabarsky hosted our last meetup to share their findings on the future of Scrum.
According to the co-creators of the Scrum Guide, the 2020 version aims to "bring Scrum back to being a minimally sufficient framework by removing or softening prescriptive language".
Click on the link below to see the full Meetup session.
Changes between Scrum guide 2017 and 2020
Removal of IT terminology
Definition of Scrum Team
Use of Self-Managing over Self-Organizing
Use of Accountabilities over Roles
Use of Usable over Potentially Releasable
Additions to the Scrum guide 2020
Introduction of “Lean thinking”
Introduction of “Commitments” to the “Scrum Artifacts”
Addition of “Why” to the Sprint Planning Checklist
Removed Daily Scrum’s “3-Question-checklist”
Removed timeslot on Sprint Review to realign “Incomplete” Increments
Removed Refinement “Capacity allocation” limitation
Is IT essential for scrum?
What is the difference between self-managing and self-organizing?
is it ok for a developer to decide what is valuable?
What do the new accountabilities mean for the Scrum Team?
Can the new changes be “weaponized” in favor of a part of the team?
Watch the full meetup here
Download the PDF here