Introduction to Agile & Scrum
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Introduction to Agile & Scrum

Introduction to Lean|Agile and Scrum concepts
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Created by Dr. Sanjeev Raman
Last updated 7/2016
English
Price: $40
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this course, students will learn how to implement the Scrum constructs and the importance of the Lean|Agile mindset. The course will also cover the trending frameworks for innovation like Design Thinking and Lean Startup, and how it fits into the Scrum framework.
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This course has been designed to take you through an interactive, Epic journey from the roots of Agile and Scrum to present day implementation strategies, and beyond. This well narrated, movie style course will show how to implement the Scrum constructs and the importance of the Lean|Agile mindset. The course will also cover the trending frameworks for innovation like Design Thinking and Lean Startup, and how it fits into the Scrum framework.

You will learn the roles, artifacts, and ceremonies of Scrum. Each Scrum ceremony will be simulated to illustrate the best practices. The course will also cover the trending frameworks for innovation like Design Thinking and Lean Startup, and how it fits into the Agile paradigm. At the end of the course, you can claim PDU and SEU credits from Project Management Institute and the Scrum Alliance, and review our real life Agile implementation case study.


Who is the target audience?
  • Functional, Product, & Project Managers
  • Software Developers, Business Analysts, Testers, UX Engineers, DBAs (People that actively implement projects/solutions)
  • Corporate Leadership
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Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
02:49:07
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History of Agile
4 Lectures 01:06:28

A look at Aristotle and the gradual scientific evolution of process, quality and change – the predecessor to the Agile and Scrum movement in the Industry

Preview 11:43

What is Lean. Who contributed to the Lean movement. Learn the values, principles, and practices of Lean, and how it applies in Agile. 

The History of Lean
14:37

The evolution of Scrum from the Waterfall methodology, and how different it is from the Latter. The advantages of the iterative process. Introduction to the Agile Manifesto and 12 principles

The Dawn of Agile
16:41

Overview of Scrum, Design Thinking, and Lean Startup – all frameworks and methods of Agile.

Scrum Today and Tomorrow
23:27
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Scrum Framework
6 Lectures 01:20:25

Deeper look at the standard SDLC process (waterfall model/V model) and the struggles companies have with these models. And, why the Agile model can improve value delivery over the traditional methodologies.

Preview 12:18

Scrum Roles – Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Dev Team. Learn the responsibilities, why each role is important, and how they interact to form the Scrum Team.

Scrum Framework & Elements of Scrum
11:24

Scrum Ceremonies – Sprint Planning, Daily Standup, Backlog Refinement, Sprint Review and Retrospective. Learn what takes place in each ceremony, and why its important.

Scrum Events
14:40

Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and Estimations. Teaches terms like Velocity, Story points, and Planning Poker.

Scrum Artifacts
14:49

Learn how to monitor the team’s progress via Burndown charts, story points, tasks, and Scrum boards. 

Monitoring Sprints
14:58

Re-iterates in detail the Origins of Scrum, Definition of Done for User Stories, and the Scrum Guide by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland {Give provision to download the copy of this guide}.

The Origin of Scrum and Definition of Done
12:16
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Scrum Ceremonies(simulation)
6 Lectures 22:16

The Scrum Master and the Product Owner along with the Dev Team will begin the planning of the sprint. They will discuss how much work can be done based on the team’s previous velocity or experience, and prioritization of the Backlog items

Preview 04:15

The Scrum Team meets every morning for 15 minutes to discuss what they are working on, what is completed, and impediments to the Sprint.

Daily Stand Up
03:35

The Dev Team demos their work from the current Sprint to the Stakeholders and Product Owner for acceptance.

Sprint Review
03:25

The Scrum team reflects on how to improve for the next sprint and discusses what worked well.

Sprint Retrospective
03:32

This video is a one off from the first four simulations, and the last video in this course. The team is comprised of Super Heroes that come together with the Product Owner and Scrum Master to groom the next set of prioritized User Stories, in order to save the world

Preview 05:37

This case study is about how SK Hynix Memory Solutions (SKHMS) a leading Chip provider adopts SAFe.

Case Study - SAFe Adoption for Chip Development
01:52
About the Instructor
Dr. Sanjeev Raman
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Lean|Agile Coach and Trainer

Dr. Sanjeev Raman has over 15 years helping organizations increase efficiency, effectiveness, and ultimately delivery more value. He has been a Lean|Agile coach & Trainer at the team, program, and enterprise level. He has helped organizations setup an Agile center for excellence, release trains, and get ISO and CMMi certified for their Agile processes. Some of his clients have included Fannie Mae, JC Penney, JP Morgan Chase, PayPal, Cisco, just to name a few. Dr. Raman has four academic degrees, which includes two undergraduate degrees in Biomedical Science Research and Laboratory Science and two graduate degrees in Information Technology from University of Maryland, Towson University, and George Mason University respectively. He has been on review committees for selecting speakers for the Scrum Alliance conferences, spoken at agile conferences, and published articles. Dr. Raman has translated the Agile Manifesto into Sanskrit, published with InfoQ, Scrum Alliance, and Agile Atlas.

Dr. Raman created interactive courses to engage and help people learn in a fun way. His courses helps people to collaborate with each other better, and deliver more value in less time.