Question: What quick reference, training, items about Scrum need to be on a training sheet for quick reference to keep everyone in the know about what Scrum is, its processes and common terminology?
Basis: I am new to Scrum, and project management, and will be taking on the roll of Scrum Master. The Product Owner knows nothing about Scrum other than a brief 30 minute Q/A about the roll of Product Owner and what was entailed. The team also knows nothing about Scrum and will be relying on me to help them through the process of it all.
I have some basic ideas at this point as to what should go on such a sheet. Nothing fancy, not too much information. Just something that someone could look at and have a general grasp and understanding within 30 seconds to 1 minute worth of time.
What I have so far
[Edit] - I am using the book Agile Software Development with Scrum.
We value individuals and interactions over processes and tools... Asking a team to read a document is the process, the document is the tool. I believe that the tool can be condensed to portray the required information that is most pertinent to scrum. Providing further resources and materials on specifics of course should always be made available (transparency), however even so most people only read in depth what is pertinent to them and what they are interested in.
I am asking what is the absolute basics that are needed to gain an overview understanding of what Scrum is to be condensed into a single sheet of paper.