Reviewing the Nexus Framework
Scrum.org refers to Nexus as a process framework that allows multiple Scrum Teams to work in collaboration to build integrated increments. The practices within Nexus are consistent with the original Scrum practices, but more attention is paid to eliminating dependencies and facilitating interoperation between the Scrum Teams.
The preceding diagram shows the events and artifacts associated with the Nexus Framework. By now, you should be able to quickly see that the Nexus Framework is conceptually similar to the original Scrum Framework. This is intentional as the goal of Nexus is to extend Scrum practices, not replace them.
The Nexus Framework provides new roles, artifacts, and events. However, for the most part, Nexus roles, events, and artifacts inherit the purpose and attributes of their corresponding Scrum roles, events, and artifacts, as documented in The Scrum...