Scrum Overview Training Course

Duration: 1 day
Course code: SS-AGL-012

Audience

The Scrum Overview training course is intended for any stakeholder or participant in an organization planning to apply Scrum.

  • Software Developers
  • Project Managers
  • Software Architects
Prerequisites

None

Description

The Scrum Overview training course provides an introduction to Scrum along with an overview of the various other Agile approaches.
Scrum is a development method that rose in Japan during the mid-1980s. The method has been successfully applied to software development. Scrum is a popular methodology to use in combination with other agile techniques as because of its incremental nature.
The Scrum Overview training course provides an overview of Scrum with and the agile techniques that work well with Scrum. The course is a great starter for managers and engineers alike that want to probe or adapt Scrum.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the main principles of Scrum
  • Identify the essential roles in a Scrum organization
  • Understand the Scrum's Product Backlog
  • Understand how to conduct the of the Daily Scrum Meeting
  • Understand the concept of a sprint
  • Understand how to conduct the Sprint Planning Meetings
  • Understand how to conduct a Sprint Review Meeting
Outline for Scrum Overview Training Course

Overview of Scrum

  • What is Scrum?
  • Why Scrum?
  • Scrum from 30,000 Feet

The Scrum Team

  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Scrum Team Member
  • Other Stakeholders

The Product Backlog

  • What is the Product Backlog?
  • How to Use the Product Backlog
  • Who can Contribute?
  • When to Contribute

The Daily Scrum Meeting

  • The Agenda
  • The Audience
  • The Code of Conduct

The Sprint Planning Meeting

  • The Agenda
  • The Audience
  • The Code of Conduct
  • The Measure of Success

Sprint

  • What is a Sprint?
  • Initiation of a Sprint
  • Measuring Progress
  • Aborting a Sprint

Sprint Review Meeting

  • The Agenda
  • The Audience
  • The Code of Conduct
  • The Measure of Success

Agile Development Comparison

  • Extreme Programming
  • Adaptive Software Development
  • Dynamic Systems Development Method
  • Feature-Driven Development
  • Lean Software Development

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