The Elements of
scrum

A pocketsize deck of cards to train and deepen your knowledge of the Scrum Framework.

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Who said learning Scrum isn’t fun?

This deck of cards has been developed to train your knowledge and deepen your understanding of the Scrum framework. Each card refers to one of the elements that together form the Scrum framework.

Deepen your knowledge of the Scrum Framework

Each card holds a comprehensive overview of the properties of an element of the Scrum framework.

See relations between elements in a glance

Colour-coded references between the elements of Scrum enhance your understanding.

Make learning about Scrum more fun

Learning Scrum from the ScrumCards is more engaging than reading the Scrum Guide in its original form.

Test your peers by playing the game

The ScrumCards come with a comprehensive game to challenge your peers on their knowledge of Scrum.

Customizable with your company logo

Personalize the standard ScrumCards with your company logo and contact details.

Printed on thick, high quality matte paper

To maintain our high-quality standards we print and ship physical cards.

3
roles
5
events
3
artifacts
5
scrum values
5
supporting elements
3
miscellaneous

I created the ScrumCards when I was preparing for my Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) license. The more I studied the Scrum guide, the harder I found it to grasp all the information in it. That is because there is such high information density in the Scrum Guide and all elements are interrelated. While becoming a PST, I discovered the fundamentals of Scrum and learned how all elements of Scrum support empiricism.

I ordered the events, artefacts and roles and collected the properties of each of those elements. I noticed there is other “stuff” we need in Scrum that are not roles, events or artefacts. The five values were an obvious group. But the stakeholders, definition of done and refinement were different. As they are not an official element of the Scrum framework, I decided to call them “Supporting elements of Scrum”.

For each element (twenty-one in total) I enumerated all I could find that was written in the Scrum guide. Per type of element, identical properties were emerging. Finding explicit descriptions for every property unlocked a wealth of information and gave me great insights in how the elements of Scrum all tie together into such an elegant framework. Seeing this helped me a lot in deepening my understanding. Sharing this will hopefully help you too!

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Possible uses

1

Use these cards as flashcards to memorise all aspects of the Scrum framework elements wherever you are.

2

Have a deck of Scrumcards on your desk as an easy-access version of the Scrum guide to verify aspects of a Scrum element during your daily work.

3

Use the cards to play the Elements of Scrum card game.

Anatomy of the game

Clear categories

Each element of the Scrum framework catagorized with color and icon.

Visible relations

Each relationship between elements is marked in its respective color.

Fresh color palette

Appealing colours carefully chosen to support learning.

High quality print

Extra heavy 330 grams double matted (water resistant) cardboard.

Comprehensive design

All information per Scrum element is structured and categorized consistently.

Continuously updated

The ScrumCards are updated to match the latest version of the ScrumGuide.

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Interested?

Prices vary from €9,50 (incl. VAT) for a single deck to a bit cheaper for large batches (excl. VAT). The cards are printed on high quality 300 gr. double matte laminated cardboard.

The cards can be customized with your company logo without additional cost (minimum batch of 15 sets).

If you want to order your card deck, ask for a quote or have any other question, feel free to contact me!

© Roland Flemm