So when people want to learn about Scrum (or Agile - they are not the same thing) I typically ask how they would like to learn. Do you want a book, or a google search term, or perhaps a video? Most people are responding to the question with a request for a video.
|Scrum Training Series (dot-com)|
Since I've been doing the Agile Coaching gig, I've never seen a successful team that didn't have an engaged and dedicated Product Owner. This is the first role to get functioning in an Agile transition (adoptions or transformation), and sadly the most overlooked (see: 5 keys to Scrum Adoption). Why is it often overlooked? Because it is a leadership role, and most leaders are not willing to change how they approach doing work. Rather they wish the teams (individual contributors) to change while the leaders are allowed to stay in status quo. (See Also: We Don't Hire Product Owners Here by Rich Mironov).
A great video overview of the Product Owner role in Scrum is by Henrik Kniberg of Crisp's Blog: Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell.
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And another of Kniberg's videos on Spotify culture and how they have mutated Scrum.
Mike Cohn has entered this space of educational videos with a new (Apr. 2014) offering called Front Row Agile, a pay for access site. Currently most courses are labeled "coming soon".
Alan Dayley of Big Visible has a nice example of Release Planning:
Rally Dev has some videos on their Agile Chalk Talk series:
Sizing and Estimation
Retrospecting Your Iterations
Lean and Agile
Kanban and Scrum
If you find other videos on the web that are useful - please add them in the comments below. Thanks.