Scrum Master www.scruminc.com The Scrum Master is tasked with making Scrum work. They have the primary task of removing Impediments and guiding the team in Scrum practices. 
Product Backlog Item www.scruminc.com Product Backlog Items (PBIs) are the elements (specifications, requirements, epics, user stories, etc.) that make up the Product Backlog in Scrum.
<div>PO</div> www.scruminc.com The Product Owner is the Team member who knows the relative value of what the customer wants. He can then translate those wants into a product backlog.
Product Backlog www.scruminc.com In Scrum, the Product Backlog is a prioritized list of what might be included in a product. The Product Owner is responsible for the Product Backlog.
Sprint Backlog www.scruminc.com The Sprint Backlog is an ordered list of Product Backlog Items, preferably User Stories, that the Team believes it can complete during the coming Sprint.
Sprint Planning www.scruminc.com Sprint Planning begins each Sprint. The Product Owner discusses the Sprint Goal with the Team and the Scrum Master. They then collaborate to reach a mutual understanding of the Sprint Goal and the work needed to achieve it. From Scrum Inc.'s Scrumlab, codified by Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum.
The Sprint www.scruminc.com
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Sprint Review www.scruminc.com The Sprint Review is when the Team shows the work they have accomplished to the Product Owner and other key stakeholders.
<div>Sprint Retrospective</div> www.scruminc.com The Sprint Retrospective gives the Team the opportunity to inspect and adapt their processes. Scrum kaizen
Potentially Shippable Product www.scruminc.com Potentially Shippable Product is the sum of the Product Backlog Items delivered each Sprint.

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