Scrum is an iterative and incremental framework for developing and maintaining complex products. At Scrum, the development team delivers high-quality, productive functionality by the end of each Sprint, creating the agility needed to meet rapidly changing requirements.
The Scrum Framework challenges its users to focus continuously on continuous improvement, and its sprints create the durability needed to deliver results in an environment where needs are constantly changing. These features have led to Scrum becoming the world's most popular reference framework for agile software production - and its use is constantly being expanded to new areas.
There is an exam at the end of the course.
The use of smart phones and laptops is not allowed during the course.
Target audience:The course is suitable for people who want to become a ScrumMaster or who are members of the Scrum teams. The training provides information for Scrum managers, testers, software developers, project managers and team leaders - and anyone else interested in Scrum.
The results of the training: After Certifed ScrumMaster training, you will know the Scrum Framework so that you can control how it is used in practice. This course will introduce you to Scrum & Agile thinking and practice so you can start working as a ScrumMaster.
Length: 16 academic hours
The prerequisite for issuing the certificate is full participation in training.
The training topics and description:
o Agile manifesto, principles and practices
o Waterfall and agile software development
o Success stories
o Famous agile methods
o Zen of scrum
o Empirical process control
o Product owner
o Self-organizing and self-managing team
o Ceremonies and artefacts
o Scrum flow
o Agile planning
o Product Vision
o Agile architecture
o Building successful teams
o Definition of done
o User stories and agile requirements analysis
o Product backlog
o Business value and prioritization
o Product backlog refactoring
o Sprint backlog
o Sprint planning meeting
o Daily scrum meeting
o Working together
o Daily work of a ScrumMaster
o 59 minute Scrum exercise
o Burndown charts
o Sprint review meeting
o Sprint termination
o Continuous improvement
o Facilitating retrospectives
o Utilizing lessons from Lean software development
o What's hard in Scrum?
o XP's team coding practices
o Technical debt
o Scaling Scrum
o Enterprise level Scrum
o Scrum of Scrums meeting
o Scrum in geographically distributed teams
o Agile organizations and agile governance
o Contracts, subcontracting
o Working with traditional organisations