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This course has been designed to save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars on scrum with real-world examples training as a scrum master, product owner or team member.
What is Scrum?
Agile Scrum is a simple method for managing and completing even the most complex project, even in difficult situations. Based on my experience, it is the number one most popular way to deliver projects on-time while maintaining a high degree of quality.
How is the course structured?
Each section features an overview of a particular aspect of Scrum such as Kicking off a project and tips on running Sprint Planning. Examples are included throughout the course with excellent quality video and audio. All is based real-world experience.
Who should take this course?
Whether you are Scrum Master, Project Manager, Product Owner or Team Member or simply someone who wants the answer to the question “how do I run an Agile Scrum project in the real world?”, this is definitely the class for you.
Three reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now!
- Complete, Concise, Confident Overview of Scrum with Real Tips and Examples from industry – I cover the theory and give you examples of how the theory is used in industry.
- Confidence in using Scrum in real-world scenarios – In a very simple way, I teach you the fundamentals of Scrum and how to use agile scrum practices in the industry without going into a classroom or spending a lot of money.
- Includes Narration from Ted R. Brown.
What will I learn?
In this class you will learn:
- An in-depth overview of Scrum – This gives examples and advice on each Scrum practice such as Daily Scrum, Sprint Planning, Sprint Retrospective and Sprint Review. It Includes overviews of agile practices like the Kick-Off Meeting and Release Planning Meeting
- Examples based on experience – I give you a complete overview of Agile Scrum as used in the business workplace without having to do a face to face course saving you hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
- The facts based on real industry experience and research – The correct terminology and use of Agile 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.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge about how to develop your Agile project management skills.
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Section 1 - Introduction
Agile Scrum Recap
Download: The Scrum Guide
Section 2 - Kicking Off A Project
How To Perform A Root Cause Analysis
How To Communicate The Benefits Of Scrum
How To Host A Kick Off Meeting And Definition Of Done
How To Improve From The Start
The Importance Of A Good Initiation
Section 3 - Establishing Stakeholders
How To Establish Stakeholders
Examples Of Stakeholders
The Importance Of Stakeholders At Sprint Review
Section 4 - Scrum Roles - Understanding The Characteristics Of Each Role
Introduction To Scrum Roles
Characteristics Of A Scrum Master
Characteristics Of A Product Owner
Characteristics Of A Development Team
The Value Of Knowing The Roles
Section 5 - BUILDING THE PRODUCT BACKLOG
Introduction To User Stories
How To Write User Stories And Acceptance Criteria
How To Organise Stakeholder Meetings
How To Find Common Ground On Requirements
How To Manage Changing Requirements
The Importance Of Prioritizing The Backlog
How To Capture Stories In Meetings
Estimating With Story Points
Section 6 - SPRINT PLANNING
Introduction To Sprint Planning
How To Manage Impediments To Planning
How To Prepare For Sprint Planning
The Sprint Planning Meeting
How To Prepare Artefacts Needed For Planning
How To Craft The Sprint Goal
First Half Of The Meeting – The What
How To Estimate User Stories
Second Half Of The Meeting – The How
How To Use Velocity
What Is The Outcome Of Sprint Planning
Section 7 - RELEASE PLANNING & USING VELOCITY
Introduction To Release Planning
How To Set A Release Goal
How To Decide On Scope Driven Versus Date Driven Release
How To Prioritize For The Release
How To Use Average Velocity And Calculate Number Of Sprints In Release
How To Run A Release Planning Meeting
How To Use The Release Burn Down
Section 8 - THE SPRINT LIFECYCLE: DAILY SCRUM, SPRINT REVIEW and RETROSPECTIVE
Introduction To The Sprint Lifecycle
How To Choose Sprint Length
What Is The Frozen Sprint Backlog
The Team Work On Tasks
How To Remove Impediments
How To Carry Out Product Backlog Grooming And Estimation
Avoiding Carry Over
How To Run The Daily Scrum
How To Use The Sprint Burndown
How To Run The Sprint Review
What Is The Potentially Shippable Increment
How To Run The Sprint Retrospective