Become certified as a scrum master and become more marketable in your field. Scrum certification demonstrates your knowledge and abilities to employers and clients and proves you can be trusted to accomplish important business objectives. This course helps candidates master the foundational knowledge they need to study to pass several of the leading scrum master exams. Join Kelley O’Connell, agile coach, as she reviews the roles and responsibilities of the scrum team, the different types of scrum events, and the artifacts produced during the scrum lifecycle. Plus, learn how scrum masters track the progress of their projects using burn-down charts and other reports. By the end of the course, you’ll understand the foundations of scrum and be ready to take the exam, and enjoy the benefits and expanded career opportunities opened by certification.
Note: The prerequisites for the Excel course are Software engineering 1 and Object-Oriented Techniques.
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Learn the importance of analyzing and Scrum.
- Understand the concepts of Scrum
- Appreciate the importance of the software development process with scrum.
- Good familiarity with Scrum planning.
- Evaluate and manage performance through software development Applications in Scrum.
Who Should Attend?
Project managers/directors/ product owners/ project owners/ project team members, analysts, budget, and planning managers and coordinators, operations managers, and any professional interested in software development.
- Essence of Scrum
- Definition of Scrum
- Scrum in One Word
THE SCRUM FRAMEWORK
- Scrum’s Approach to Work
- The Scrum Team
- Scrum Artifacts
- Scrum Events
- How It All Works Together
SCRUM VS. AGILE
- Scrum vs Agile: What’s the Difference?
- Fundamentals of Agile and Scrum
- How Agile Frameworks Like Scrum and Kanban Work
- Why an Agile Framework Like Scrum Works
- Scrum & the Three Pillars of Empirical Process Control
- Scrum Is Iterative & Incremental
- The Five Scrum Values
WHAT IS A SPRINT?
- Definition of Sprint
- How Do Sprints & Increments Allow Scrum Teams to Inspect and Adapt?
- How Do Sprints Reinforce the 3 Pillars of Empirical Process Control?
A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:
- (10%) Based on Case Studies
- (30%) Techniques
- (30%) Role Play
- (30%) Concepts
- Pre-test and Post-test
- Variety of Learning Methods
- Case Studies and Self Questionnaires
- Group Work