This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Part 2 An Introductory Video Series to Scrum: Scrum Overview" by Scrum.org
TLDR Scrum is an empirical process framework that creates an environment for making decisions based on evidence and maximizing the value of a product.
Scrum is an empirical process framework that emphasizes making decisions based on evidence and gathering evidence in various forms.
Scrum is about making progress and value visible, allowing teams to focus on what matters and leave aside what doesn't.
Scrum is a process that helps teams develop a product with purpose and maximize its value.
The empirical process framework of Scrum is relatively simple and allows for flexibility and adaptation within the team.
Scrum artifacts, such as the product backlog, sprint backlog, and increment, play a crucial role in maintaining commitments and achieving goals.
The takeaway from this video is that scrum is an empirical process framework and the scrum creates an environment for this empiricism through a combination of accountabilities artifacts events and commitments.