About This CourseBeginner
THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO SAVE YOU HUNDREDS IF NOT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ON AGILE SCRUM TRAINING AND IMPLEMENTATION IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.
The unique reasons for taking this course are:
- A Complete, Concise, Confident Overview of Product Backlog Theory – I cover the theory and give you examples of how the theory is used in the industry.
- Confidence in using Agile Scrum – In a very simple way, I teach you the fundamentals of Agile Scrum and Product Backlogs with Agile Product Management and how to use it effectively in the industry without going into a classroom or spending $1000.
Includes Narration from Randal Schaffer and Ted R. Brown.
What is Agile Scrum?
Agile is an iterative time boxed software development approach that focuses on building software incrementally from the beginning of a project rather than delivering it all at once at the end. Scrum is a framework that traces back to early 90s, which provides a framework for managing complex product and software development with iterative and incremental processes. Scrum is a very popular framework for implementing agile project management.
Whether you are a developer or simply someone who wants the answer to the question “what is scrum and how can I use it in my projects“, this is definitely the class for you.
In this class, you will learn:
- Product backlog and user stories- I give you a complete overview of what product backlog in scrum entails as used in the business workplace without having to do a face to face course saving you hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
- A concise overview of agile scrum – Including the scrum theory, the scrum team, the scrum process, product backlog and a lot more.
- The facts based on real industry experience and research – The correct terminology and use of scrum are essential to mastering it. My experience in industry and research into the topic has been used to give you a solid grounding in the most concise way possible.
The course is video based with no supporting document necessary.
Each section features an overview of a particular aspect of agile product management of requirements using the product backlog such as its origin, when you can use it and how you can use it in product development. Examples are included throughout the course with excellent quality video and audio. All is based on real-world experience.
What are the requirements?
- A keen interest in managing requirements as part of an agile or scrum team
- The desire to manage, assist with or create a product as part of a team
What you get from this course:
- Learn how to manage product backlog as part of an agile scrum team.
- Explain what user stories are and how they will make your team or business more efficient.
- Learn what scrum is and why it is so powerful for producing high-quality, user-oriented and user-friendly digital products.
- Learn how to manage a product backlog and generate user stories.
- Feel confident in implementing a product backlog for any service, maintenance or support team.
- Learn how to create a requirements backlog composed of user stories WITHOUT paying thousands of dollars for training.
- Understand the concepts behind the 3 C’s, DEEP and INVEST with respect to agile scrum.
- A complete overview of the process of creating product vision and how you can use it to form your product backlog.
- How to manage product backlog in four simple steps
- Product Owner, Scrum Master, Business Analyst, Business Owners, Support Teams, Maintenance Teams, Service and Sales Teams, Development Support Teams.
- Anyone who wants a complete overview of how to manage requirements with a product backlog and certainty that they are getting the facts taught by an agile expert.
- Someone preparing to work in a team that requires a product vision, user stories, a product owner, scrum meetings, user orientation as well as incremental development and testing.
- Anyone who wants to know how to be proficient with software development, teamwork and user satisfaction as far as software development is concerned.
- A candidate who wants answers to frequently misunderstood points within scrum theory or an expert candidate who wants a concise, quick refresher on agile scrum backlog management.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of agile scrum training and implementation in product development.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
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Section 1 - Introduction
Agile Scrum Recap
What Is A Product Backlog?
Introducing User Stories And The Product Backlog
Section 2 - Creating A Product Vision
What Is A Product Vision?
How To Create The Product Vision?
What Is A Vision Board?
Example: Vision Board – The Sports Website
Section 3 - Creating A Product Backlog Step By Step
About Product Backlog Management
Introduction To User Stories And Acceptance Criteria
Step 1: Convert All Ideas Into User Stories
About User Stories
What Is Deep?
What Is The Invest Principle?
Example: Initial Product Backlog For The Sports Website
Step 2 – Prioritization
The Importance Of Prioritizing The Backlog
Example: A Prioritized Product Backlog For The Sports Website
Step 3 – Estimate The Product Backlog
How To Carry Out Product Backlog Grooming And Estimation
Estimating With Story Points
Example: An Estimated Product Backlog For The Sports Website
Step 4 – Refining And Grooming Your Product Backlog
Example: A Refined Backlog For The Sports Website
Section 4 - Tips 1 To 7
Introduction: Tips & Strategies
How To Capture Stories In Meetings
Tip #1: PO Should Know That He/she Will Be Expected To Present Enough Work That
Tip #2: Avoid Scheduling Backlog Refinement During The First Or Last 20% Of The
Tip #3: The Backlog Items Must Be Fine Grained And Properly Understood By The PO
Tip #4: Treat Every Backlog Refinement Meeting Just Like The Beginning Of Sprint
Tip#5: Everyone Should Understand That Estimates Are Provisional Until A User St
Tip #6: Strive To Optimize Your Time During The Meeting
Tip #7: Remember That Backlog Items Are Actually A Collaboration Between The PO
Section 5 - Tips 8 To 14
How To Manage Changing Requirements
Tip #8: Keep Your Eye On The Goals Of The Meeting
Tip #9: Get Volunteers For Action Items For Any Unknowns Or Big Risks
Tip #10: You’re Definitely Free To Split User Stories During This Meeting
Tip #11: Everyone Should Understand That Product Backlog Order Is Provisional Un
Tip #12: Be Brave To Discuss A Couple Of Items Farther Down The Backlog
Tip #13: Let The Dev Team Review The User Stories To Be Discussed About 24 Hours
Tip #14: Have A Mini Backlog Refinement Prior To Holding The Backlog Refinement
Section 6 - Tips 15 To 21
How To Prioritize For The Release
Tip #15: Track Progress Using Release Burndown Charts
Tip #16: Feel Free To Introduce Late Breaking User Stories. As You Do That, Stri
Tip #17: Use One Issue Tracker and One Backlog!
Tip #18: Watch Out For Too Many Changes And Limit Your Scope
Tip #19: Ensure To Experiment With The Amount Of Refinement, Which Your Team Doe
Tip #20: Ensure To Retrospect, Inspect And Then Adapt
Tip #21: Transparentize, Prioritize And Stick To The Product Vision
EXAMPLE: Complete example of Product Backlog: The Sports Website
Thank You Again For Taking This Class!