Learn how to execute Agile and Scrum processes within real world project environments.
Course SummaryThis course will give you a broad understanding of Scrum and focuses on practical knowledge. The course is designed for all personnel who will be involved in the Scrum process, including Project Managers, Product Owners, Program Managers, PMO Directors, Software developers, executives and QA.
In this course, we will walk you through a hands-on simulation of a complete scrum project, from start to finish. Beyond knowing the fundamentals and terminology of the scrum process, teams must master scrum to be able to launch a scrum practice in their organization. Read our course outline for more information on the topics covered.
Development Team Members , Project Managers, Product Owners, Program Managers, PMO Directors and staff who manage projects and processes Software development, QA, and Product Management personnel who will do the hands-on work in a Scrum process Executives interested in integrating Scrum processes with the business to improve product development
- What is Scrum?
- Introduction to Scrum - A Real World Example (Case Study)
- What Makes Waterfall Software Development Model Fail in Many Ways?
- What Makes the Scrum Framework Succeed?
- Scrum Roles - The Scrum Team
- The Scrum Master
- Scrum Product Owner
- How does the Scrum Framework work without a Project Manager?
- The Scrum Product Backlog
- Scrum User Stories
- Scrum Effort Estimations – Planning Poker®
- What is a Sprint?
- Scrum Burndown Chart
- Sprint Planning Meeting
- The Sprint Backlog
- Definition of Done (DoD)
- Sprint Burndown Reports / Charts
- Daily Scrum Meeting / Daily Stand-up Meeting
- Sprint Review Meeting
- Sprint Retrospective Meeting
- Distributed & Large Scrum Projects
- Multi-Team Coordination & Planning
- Scrum Release Planning