Complete Scrum Guide course – Most popular Agile-method 2023
What you'll learn
- You'll get a Free 1-hour 1-1 Q&A live consultation after completing a paid course
- 4 downloadable pairs of Checklists on conducting Scrum meetings
- Your spendings are safe! In you don't like the course, you can get your money back within 30 days
- The most important info for PSM exam in just 2 hours of your time
- Learn the philosophy, history, theory, and structure of Scrum, and how they help teams achieve goals and create value in complex environments.
- Identify and describe the key elements of Scrum, incl. the Roles, Events, and Artifacts, and understand how they interact with each other.
- Develop a deep understanding of the Empirical process that underlies Scrum, and the importance of its three pillars: transparency, inspection, and adaptation
- Understad the Artifacts, incl. the Product backlog, Sprint backlog, and Increment, and the importance of commitments: the Product and Sprint Goals, and the DoD
- Learn how to apply the Scrum framework in practice, incl. Planning Sprints, Daily Scrums, Sprint Reviews, and Retrospectives, and how to work with Stakeholders.
- No experience needed. You will learn everything you need to know.
For current and future Scrum Masters, Product Owners and team members. In this course, you will master the Scrum framework, including its roles, events, artifacts, and values.
Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams, and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems. This course is structured to provide you with a complete understanding of Scrum and how it works.
The Scrum Team creates a Product in Sprints. We will thoroughly discuss this statement throughout the course. You will learn about:
the history of Scrum, its foundation, and the 3 empirical pillars that support it.
The Scrum Team, its qualities, and the 5 values its members live by.
The Product and the heartbeat of Scrum – the Sprint, as a container for all the work the Team does.
3 artifacts and commitments.
The Product Owner role, the Product Backlog with the Product Goal, and the activity of Product Backlog Refinement.
The Developers and the Scrum Master accountabilities.
The Events (meetings) in Scrum, starting with the Sprint Planning event with the Sprint Backlog artifact and the Sprint Goal commitment.
The Daily Scrum events, the Increment of Product functionality with the Definition of Done as a commitment to quality, and the Sprint Review event.
Lastly, you will learn about the Sprint Retrospective event.
By the end of this course, you will have a complete understanding of Scrum and how to apply its process, elements, and principles to iteratively and incrementally create a Product in an uncertain environment.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in Scrum, whether you are completely new to it or have some experience but want to deepen your understanding.
- Anyone who works in software development.
- Scrum masters, Agile coaches, PMOs, Transformation consultants.
- Project managers, Product managers, Delivery managers, Process managers.
- Also, Business owners, Entrepreneurs, and anyone looking to improve their collaboration and problem-solving skills.
In 2003, I started web development using eXtreme Programming and UML. In 2006, I became a Systems Analyst, documented technical specifications and requirements in the form of Use Cases by RUP.
In 2009, I began to lead projects for software development, and then complex projects involving equipment deliveries and contractors for difficult government customers.
Since 2014, I have managed an international distributed team for DeutscheBank UK. And in 2016, I managed projects for RaiffeisenBank.
In 2017, I joined the Agile transformation of a lange bank with 10K IT personell in HQ. We adopted a variation of so-called "Spotify Model".
Since 2018, I have managed a cross-functional IT department of over 100 people.
In 2019, I was an official translator of Ken Schwaber's book "Agile Project management with Scrum".
Since 2020, I have been working as a management consultant for banks and telecommunications companies.