Agile and Scrum Course for Scrum Master and Product Owner
What you'll learn
- What is Agile Software development and Why to use Agile?
- Why Agile Rocks?
- Agile Myth Busters - 13 Myths in details
- What is Product, Product Vision, Product Strategy, Product Roadmap, examples and how to create them
- The Scrum Guide 2020 - What has been changed?
- What is Empiricism and why it is important for Scrum
- Scrum framework
- Why Agile Rocks?
- Agile MythBusters: 13 Agile Myths
- Scrum team: Scrum Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development team
- The Difference Between Agile and Scrum
- Changes for the Scrum Masters in relation to Scrum Guide 2020
- Product Goal Introduction
- Scrum events (What is Sprint, Sprint Goal, mandatory events, duration, who attends...)
- Product Backlog refinement (Backlog Grooming)
- The Theme, Epics, User Stories, and Tasks with examples and technique for time estimation
- Scrum Artifacts (Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment) and what is Scrum Board
- Definition of Ready (DoR), Definition of Done (DoD) and Acceptance criteria with tips for writing
- Introduction to Evidence-Based Management EBM (2020 Edition)
- Scrum Certification, (Scrum org and Scrum Alliance), tips for all those who want to prepare for the exam on their own
- 100 Carefully Selected Questions and Answers for Scrum certification.
- Your first job as a Product owner - where to start in case you will have to work on an EXISTING PRODUCT or a brand new product
- Agile Testing Job Interview Questions and Answers
- Recap, Last Words and your next steps...
- There are no pre-requisites for this course. I explain everything from the ground up
Are you ready to take your team's productivity to the next level?
Do you want to say goodbye to missed deadlines and frustration?
This course is suitable for those who are new to Scrum and are looking for a comprehensive introduction to the framework.
If yes, then our Agile and Scrum Course is just what you need!
This comprehensive course is designed for aspiring Scrum Masters and Product Owners, as well as experienced professionals who want to enhance their skills.
You will learn how Scrum, a powerful framework for project management, can help you achieve your goals faster and with less stress.
Our Agile and Scrum Course covers everything you need to know to become a Scrum-qualified professional, including the latest changes to the Scrum Guide, Agile values and principles, the roles of the Scrum Master and Product Owner, and much more.
You will learn about the three pillars of empiricism, the Scrum framework, timeboxing, events, artifacts, and how to become a Scrum Master with no experience. You will also get tips on how to prepare for Scrum certification and how to get your first Scrum Master job.
Don't miss this opportunity to level up your skills and transform the way you work.
Join our Agile and Scrum Course today and start delivering results faster!
Section 1 - Introduction to Agile and Scrum Academy
Lesson 1: This is an introduction to Agile and Scrum training. Students will have a brief overview of what will be talked about and what they will learn.
Lesson 2: The Scrum Guide 2020 - What has been changed? Let’s walk through the list of the majority of changed elements.
Section 2 - What is agile software development?
Lesson 1: Introduction to Agile, Why Agile?
Lesson 2: The Values and Principles of the Agile Manifesto
Lesson 3: Difference Between Agile and Scrum
Lesson 4: Why Agile Rocks - Why Agile is better than Waterfall?
Lesson 5: Agile Myth busters: 13 Myths in details
Section 3 - What is the Product?
Lesson 1: Product introduction
Lesson 2: Introduction to the Product Goal (2020)
Lesson 3: Product Vision
Lesson 4: Product Strategy
Lesson 5: Product Roadmap
Section 4 - The Three Pillars of Empiricism
Lesson 1: Introduction to the three pillars of Empiricism
Lesson 2: Challenges and examples of Empiricism
Section 5 - Scrum Framework
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Framework
Lesson 2: Scrum team
Lesson 3: The Product Owner
Lesson 4: The Scrum Master
Lesson 5: Changes for the Scrum Masters concerning Scrum Guide 2020
Lesson 6: Developers in Scrum
Lesson 7: Stakeholders
Section 6 - Scrum timeboxing, Scrum Events, and more...
Lesson 1: Scrum Timeboxing and Scrum Events Introduction
Lesson 2: The Sprint
Lesson 3: The Sprint Goal
Lesson 4: First Scrum event: Sprint Planning
Lesson 5: Second Scrum event: Daily Scrum
Lesson 6: Third Scrum event: Sprint Review
Lesson 7: Fourth Scrum event: Sprint Retrospective
Lesson 8: Product Backlog refinement
Lesson 9: Introduction to Release Planning
Section 7 - The Theme, Epics, User Stories, and Tasks
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Themes
Lesson 3: Epics
Lesson 4: User stories
Lesson 5: User Story Mapping
Lesson 6: Tasks
Section 8 - Scrum Artifacts
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Artifacts
Lesson 2: Product Backlog
Lesson 3: Sprint Backlog
Lesson 4: Scrum Board with DEMO
Lesson 5: The Increment
Lesson 6: What is Burndown Chart in Scrum?
Section 9 - Definition of Ready, Definition of Done, and Acceptance criteria
Lesson 1: Definition of Ready (DoR)
Lesson 2: Definition of Done (DoD)
Lesson 3: Acceptance criteria (AC)
Section 10 - Introduction to Evidence-Based Management 2020
Lesson 1: Introduction to evidence-based management (EBM)
Lesson 2: The benefits of evidence-based management
Section 11 - Scrum Certification
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Certification
Lesson 2: General details about Scrum org Certifications
Lesson 3: Tips and Learning path for self-preparation
Lesson 4: General details about Scrum Alliance Certifications
Lesson 5: Which Scrum Certification Body Should you Choose?
Lesson 6: 100 Carefully Selected Questions and Answers for Scrum certification.
Section 12 - How to get a Scrum Master job without experience?
How to Get Your First Scrum Master Job - Introduction?
What would make your Scrum Mater job a 10 out of 10?
Can Scrum Master also be a Developer?
Myths About Scrum Masters
What Does it Mean to Be a Scrum Master?
Demand for Scrum Master - Jobs Market Trends
Scrum Master Salaries around the world
Scrum Master Job Description Template
Scrum Master Job Opportunities
Scrum Master career path
Is it possible to be a Scrum Master without any experience?
Finding Your First Job As A Scrum Master
Industries that have lots of Scrum Master openings
Tips for Preparing for Scrum Master Job Interview
How do I get a job as a Scrum Master without SM experience?
Additional tips to land your first Scrum Master job
Introduction to Scrum Master Certification
How to transition from Project Manager to Scrum Master?
Tips for Project Managers to succeed as a SCRUM MASTER
The Scrum Master Toolkit, a Guide For New Scrum Masters
Hiring a Professional Scrum Master
A day in the life of a Scrum Master
Examples of daily activities of a Scrum Master in an IT Environment
Scrum Master Career Path
Scrum Master Challenges
Dealing with members who are resisting change
How does Scrum Master help the Product Owner organize the Product Backlog?
16 Tips for Scrum Master Newbies
Section 13 - Your first job as a Product owner - where to start?
Lesson 1: You get your first job as a PO - where to start – Introduction
Lesson 2: Where to start building an existing product?
Lesson 3: Where to start if you are going to build a new product from scratch.
Section 14 - Transition from Traditional to Agile
Lesson 1: Introduction to module
Lesson 2: We need evidence of success – A Case Study
Lesson 3: Differences in project management - Agile vs. Waterfall
Lesson 4: Habits from traditional environments you need to watch out for
Lesson 5: Why traditional project management techniques are still so prevalent
Lesson 6: Differences between traditional and agile on how to maintain your teams
Lesson 7: Rewards for traditional Project Managers working with Agile projects
Lesson 8: SIMILARITIES - the Traditional World and the Agile
Lesson 9: Project manager characteristics who is going to be successful with agile
Lesson 10: Productive thinking, advances, and challenges of Agile
Lesson 11: The State of Agility - Benefits of organizational Agility
Lesson 12: TIPS to Manage a Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 13: TIPS for transitioning Clients to an Agile Process
Lesson 14: 4 Ways to Ease the Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 15: TIPS to Increase Agility in your organization
Lesson 16: How to Choose the Right Agile Framework
Section 15 – Recap, Class Project, and Last Words
Lesson 1: Short animated presentation
Lesson 2: Class Project (Now it is your turn)
Lesson 3: All right, we've reached the end of this Scrum training. Congratulations!
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You will surely find some essential things between the lines, too, namely, my love and effort invested into making my communication with you original, useful, and attractive, as well as a promise of continuous improvement.
Hi everyone, my name is Dejan. I am a Product Owner, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, and Trainer of trainers.
Based on my previous experience, I have created this User-friendly Course to help individuals and teams get better results with Agile and Scrum.
I promise you that I will not waste your time. We will be very productive and efficient.
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Who this course is for:
- People who are preparing for Scrum exams PSPO, PSM...
- People who got their first Scrum job and don't know where to start
- People who want to learn quickly about Scrum, Agile and Software development
- Senior executives who wish to actively promote agile concepts across business teams and to link those concepts directly to business-related outcomes
- People who want to learn why Agile is important
- Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches
- Product Owners
- Project Managers
Master of Computer Science and Information Technology, Product Owner, Scrum Master, CIO, Agile Coach, Trainer of Trainers, Digital entrepreneur, Consultant, Project manager, with more than 60 international certificates in different areas of IT.
· Ability to set priorities and to work in a team,
· Sense of initiative and organization and sense of responsibility,
· Ability to work independently and without direct supervision,
· Good aspiration for developing existing knowledge and learning new things.
· Positive experience in teamwork,
· Tactful, good sense of humor, good self-control,
· Strong enthusiasm and positive energy
· Married, father of two children,
· Sport: Boxing, Tennis, bicycle, chess, table tennis.
· Hobby: Playing guitar (finished Music School) and singing, learning to play piano, long walks, Website design...