The Scrum Guide 2020

The Scrum Guide has been updated for the first time since 2017. The new version has reduced in size from 19 to 13 pages. On the surface, this is the biggest change to Scrum in 25 years. So what has changed and how significant is it? has prepared a range of content to help you learn about and understand the changes that have been made with this update.

1) Read our free short guide to the changes.

2) Take our free Scrum Guide 2020 Update Practice Assessment to test and validate your understanding of the changes.

3) Take our video course which explores the new Scrum Guide in more detail and helps you understand the reasons behind the changes. The video course includes 9 lessons and a practice assessment to let you test your understanding of the changes.

4) Attend one of our live & online courses to explore the changes with Simon Kneafsey and other Scrum practitioners. Explore the changes and understand the implications for you, your Scrum Team and your organisation.

No public courses are currently scheduled. We can offer this course at a date to suit, for your team or organisation. Please contact for further details.

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  1. Hi Simon,

    Thank you very much for the assessment that you are offering as a preparation for the Scrum Master certification. Personally, I find them very useful in my preparation process.
    One thing got my attention while taking the free assessment.
    Do you think that is “more correct” if the right answer and the explanation for the question “Select the correct timebox for each Sprint event” for “Daily scrum” would be “Daily scrum – 15 min” without the addition “less”? Because in the Guide is also stated that “The Daily Scrum is a 15-minute event for the Developers of the Scrum Team.”


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