A Complete course on Scrum Body of Knowledge

This is the complete video course on SCRUM based on the Guide to the Scrum body of Knowledge or the SBOK guide.
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  • Contents Video: 3 hours
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Published 5/2014 English

Course Description

'A Complete course on Scrum Body of Knowledge' is tailored to help anyone interested to know more about Scrum; learn about key concepts in Scrum as defined in the SBOK™ Guide; and to get an in-depth understanding of how Scrum framework works in delivering successful projects.

Visit official SCRUMstudy website to access complete course along with other free resources!

This course contains video lectures on all aspects of Scrum and how Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK Guide) has been designed to help you implement scrum in your projects.

With a total of 6+ hours of free video content will help you to not only understand the Scrum concepts but you can also prepare you for the Scrum Developer and Scrum Master Level Certification. For more information on Certifications and free videos on the course, please logon to SCRUMstudy official website and visit our Free resources section.

Also, download the free copy of your SBOK from our official SCRUMstudy website.

Also, get a range of supplementary material like Glossary, crossword, quiz, simulated test questions and other free resources by logging on to SCRUMstudy's official website.

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What are the requirements?

  • There is no formal prerequisite for this course.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • In this course, you will be learning about the purpose and framework of the SBOK and understand the key concepts of Scrum.
  • You will also get to know about Scrum principles, Scrum aspects and Scrum processes.

What is the target audience?

  • project management professionals
  • managers
  • team leads
  • team members
  • Anyone interested in knowing more about Scrum can take up this course for free.

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Section 1: Introduction to Scrum
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03:48

The Scrum Body of Knowledge or SBOK is a definitive guide for Scrum and the rules for the game! It is a compilation of the latest methods and best practices employed by its practitioners and experts. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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03:21

A Scrum project involves a collaborative effort to create a new product, service, or other result as defined in the Project Vision Statement. Scrum is one of the most popular Agile methodologies. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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01:54

Let's have a look at the History of Scrum. In the mid 80’s, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka defined a flexible and all-inclusive product development strategy where the development team works as a unit to reach a common goal. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:45

What are the key benefits of using Scrum in any project. Scrum processes are designed to embrace change and are customer-centric.Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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02:47

Scrum can easily be scaled for effective use in large projects. In situations where the Scrum Team size exceeds ten members, multiple Scrum Teams can be formed to work on the project. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:05

The Purpose of SBOK GUIDE is to create a necessary guide for organizations and project management practitioners who want to implement Scrum, as well as those already doing so who want to make needed improvements to their processes. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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01:57

The Purpose of SBOK GUIDE is to create a necessary guide for organizations and project management practitioners who want to implement Scrum, as well as those already doing so who want to make needed improvements to their processes. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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01:47

The SBOK guide is a reference and knowledge guide. It is used by experienced Scrum practitioners and other product and service developers as well as persons with no prior experience or knowledge of Scrum or other project management methodologies. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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03:25

Scrum principles are the core guidelines for applying the Scrum Framework and should always be used in all Scrum projects. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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13:37

The five Scrum aspects that we will discuss in this module are Organization, Business justification, Quality, Change, and Risk. The various aspects of SCRUM must all be addressed and managed throughout a Scrum project. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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09:19

Scrum processes address the specific activities and flow of a Scrum project. In total, there are 19 processes, which are grouped into 5 phases. These five phases describe each process in detail including the associated inputs, tools, and outputs. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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07:18

The main difference between traditional project management models and the Scrum framework is the way in which the project is handled.Traditional project management is based on processes, while Scrum asks for a change in mindset with its focus on the people involved in the project. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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Section 2: Principles
03:34

The Scrum principles are the foundation on which the Scrum framework is based. The principles of Scrum can be applied to any type of project or organization. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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06:17

How decisions are made in Scrum and what are the three main characteristics of Empirical Process Control? In Scrum, decisions are based on observation and experimentation rather than on detailed upfront planning. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:36

Scrum supports the idea that employees are self-motivated and that they seek to accept greater responsibility. So, they deliver much greater value when self-organized.

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Section 3: Organization
01:24

The various facets of Scrum Project Organization include the core and non-core roles in Scrum and how to form high performance Scrum Teams. Scrum Organization is applicable to various industry verticals such as portfolios, programs, and projects in any industry. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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05:41

Core Roles are those roles that are mandatory for producing the product of the project. Non-core Roles are those roles which are not mandatory for the Scrum project. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:05

The Product Owner represents the interests of the stakeholder community to the Scrum Team, and is commonly referred to as the Voice of the Customer.

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Section 4: Business Justification
01:18

Business justification deals with understanding how Scrum can help in delivering products that are of high value to the sponsor. Please You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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02:49

Delivering value is ingrained in the Scrum framework. Scrum facilitates delivery of value very early on in the project and continues to do so throughout the project life cycle.

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Section 5: Quality
01:54

The purpose of the Quality aspect is to define quality as it relates to projects and to provide Scrum approach on how to plan and achieve the required quality levels. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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05:00

The scope of a project is the total sum of all the product increments and the work required to develop the final product. To determine the business value of a product, it is important to understand the business need that drives the requirements of the product.

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Section 6: Change
02:17

In a fast changing environment the customers are bound to come up with several changes to the scope throughout the life of the project. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:03

In Scrum development process the responsibility of initiating the change in a project lies with the Product Owner.

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Section 7: Risk
07:30

The purpose of the Risk aspect is to define risk and describe how to manage risks in Scrum and the tools that can be used in this regard. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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09:19

Team members identify a risk they communicate it to the Scrum Master and then the risk will be assessed after which there will be another communication regarding the results of the assessment.

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Section 8: Initiate
02:50

The processes related to initiation of a project includes Create Project Vision, Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholders, Form Scrum Team, Develop Epics, Create Prioritized Product Backlog, and Conduct Release Planning. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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03:36

A Project Vision Meeting is a meeting with the Program Stakeholders, Program Product Owner, Program Scrum Master, and Chief Product Owner. It helps identify the business context, business requirements, and stakeholder expectations in order to develop an effective Project Vision Statement.

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Section 9: Plan and Estimate
03:26

Plan and Estimate phase includes processes like Create User Stories; Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories; Create Tasks; Estimate Tasks; and Create Sprint Backlog. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:42

The Product Owner, based on his or her interaction with the stakeholders, business knowledge and expertise, and inputs from the team, develops User Stories that will form the initial Prioritized Product Backlog for the project.

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Section 10: Implement
08:02

The implement phase is related to the execution of the tasks and activities to create a project’s product. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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07:47

Conduct Daily Standup is a process which is a highly focused, Time-boxed meeting is conducted every day. This meeting is referred to as a Daily Standup Meeting, which is a forum for the Scrum Team to update each other on their progress and any impediments they may be facing. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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06:17

Product Owners are responsible for managing their sections of the Prioritized Product Backlog. Product Owners write the User Stories and manage and groom the Prioritized Product Backlog. Please access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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Section 11: Review and Retrospect
02:42

The Review and Retrospect phase is concerned with reviewing the deliverables and the work that has been done and determining ways to improve the practices and methods used to do project work. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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06:55

The Scrum of Scrums or SoS Meeting is held at predetermined intervals or when required by Scrum Teams to facilitate the sharing of information among different Scrum Teams.

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Section 12: Release
01:54

The Release phase emphasizes delivering the Accepted Deliverables to the customer and identifying, documenting, and internalizing the lessons learned during the project. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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05:23

Deliverables that meet the Acceptance Criteria receive formal business sign-off and approval by the customer or sponsor. Working Deliverables Agreement is the output generated by the process Ship Deliverables. You can also access this video along with more free resources like case studies, quiz and crossword by clicking on the link given below:

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04:51

The Retrospect Project Meeting is a meeting to determine ways in which team collaboration and effectiveness can be improved in future projects. Positives, negatives, and potential opportunities for improvement are also discussed.

This brings us to end of this course. You can select one of the following links and continue your learning.

1. Watch complete video course on SCRUM: Watch

2. Download your own copy of SBOK: Download here

3. Bubbleman Application Case Study to understand the concepts better: Bubbleman App

4. Access the list of key terms (Glossary): Glossary

5. Download the Mobile Application: Download Mobile Application

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