About the Course
Scrum participants overwhelmingly report gains in productivity, team morale, adaptability, accountability, collaboration, communication, and productivity. Software project managers and teams attending this course will develop the ability use Agile and Scrum in real world software development projects. This course goes beyond the basic Scrum framework and into the discussions of “how” to start using Scrum now.
Topics Covered*Agile background and evolution
*Principles and values behind Agile
*Overview of the Scrum basics
*Scrum tools & techniques
*Scrum versus conventional project management (PMI)
*The Agile lifecycle
*Planning Releases and gathering backlog
*Articulating requirements with user stories
*Creating rough estimations of relative effort
*Sprint planning and task decomposition
*The Daily Scrum
*Sprint Reviews and Sprint Retrospectives
*The Next Sprint
*Common challenges and next steps to real world implementation
Who should attend This course is for people who will lead, support, or participate in Scrum-driven projects, including project leaders, development managers, team members and product managers.
Pre-requisitesThere are no prerequisites for this course
What you need to bringLaptop
Key TakeawaysAt the end of applying scrum to agile project management training course, participants will be able to:
*Learn, practice, and apply Scrum to software and technology projects.
*Develop insight necessary to apply Scrum to real world projects.
*Use Scrum as a tool for improving collaboration, communication, quality, and team productivity.
*Use Scrum techniques to support or replace an project management methodology.