In today's video, I'm going to talk about the Scrum Artifacts.
Artifacts represent work or value. They are designed to maximize the transparency of key
Each artifact has a commitment which is a new concept that has been introduced in the Scrum Guide
2020. Commitments exist to bring focus and transparency against which progress can be measured.
Product Backlog is an emergent, ordered list of work necessary for product improvement.
Product Backlog refinement is an activity by which detail is added to the Product Backlog items to
have always an actionable Product Backlog.
Product Goal is the future state of the product. You can see it as the long-term objective for the
Sprint Backlog is composed of the Sprint Goal, forecast, and plan.
It is a highly-visible real-time picture of the work. It is updated throughout the Sprint when more
Sprint Goal is the single objective for the Sprint. It does not change during the Sprint. However,
it provides flexibility to negotiate the scope of the work within Sprint if needed. In addition, it
brings focus and coherence to the team encouraging them to collaborate together.
Increment is a concrete stepping stone toward the Product Goal.
It brings transparency to the progress, helping the Scrum Team validate its assumptions.
In order to provide value, the Increment should be usable. The work can't be part of the Increment
unless it meets the Definition of Done.
Definition of Done
Definition of Done is the formal description of the state of the Increment when it meets the
quality measures required for the product.
It increases transparency by bringing a common understanding of what usable and completeness
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