Agile Project Management: Scrum Step By Step With Examples

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This course is designed for those interested to learn about Agile project management.

Agile Project Management: Scrum Step By Step With Examples


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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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Course Curriculum

Course Sections


Agile Scrum Recap

Download: The Scrum Guide

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


How To Establish Stakeholders

Examples Of Stakeholders

The Importance Of Stakeholders At Sprint Review


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


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


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


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


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



11 student reviews

    Informative and learnt something more about Agile Project.
    Informative and learned something more about Agile Project and will help me applying it in my regular schedules.

  2. Denise Liddell says:

    Clear and easy to follow explanations
    I Found this course easy to follow and gave me a good basic understanding of the subject. Would thoroughly recommend.

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About The Instructor


Paul is the CEO/Managing Director and Chief Consultant at Pashun Consulting Ltd, author of Scrum Mega Pack and a certified scrum master and coach with experience in international blue chip companies dating back to 1999. Certified Scrum Master (10 years running Web, Mobile and Internet TV projects ) Portfolio/PMO Manager (coordinating agile teams, managing budgets, and continuous improvement for agile teams) Software Developer (10 years+ Experience developing web, Interactive TV and Mobile apps) Coaching Product Owners and Business Analysts in agile and scrum practices such as User Stories writing. What is Pashun Consulting? Pashun Consulting is a specialist in Scrum coaching and leadership within major global organisations. Paul's journey began before agile and scrum methods were widespread in the industry and this gave him the benefit of leading and working on projects using non-agile methodologies such as PRINCE 2 and waterfall. He began as a software developer at the BBC and over 10 years later his consulting experience took him to be an Agile Portfolio Manager. For this reason, he had seen both sides of the story and can give good reasons why he ended up on the scrum side of it. Having used both agile and non-agile variants, he can honestly say that the scrum framework, when fully understood and used as its creators intended, has been the most successful framework for delivering a quality product. At the same time it gives ambitious businesses the flexibility to change requirements as needed in this modern world.