Scrum For Beginners: Learn The Scrum Basics In 1 Hour
- No previous Scrum knowledge or experience needed.
IMPORTANT: This course and practice exams are neither endorsed by, nor in partnership, nor affiliated with Scrum dot org or any other organizations.
The course is based on the latest version of the Scrum Guide (TM) - v2020.
If you want to learn the basics of Scrum in an easy and engaging manner, then this course is a perfect fit for you.
...and before I tell you why let me first introduce myself...
My name is Vladimir Raykov and I'm a certified Scrum Master (PSM II (TM)) and Product Owner (PSPO II (TM)) who works in a software development company. During the last year, I've been obsessed with learning and implementing the Scrum Framework.
As a result, I managed to pass:
The PSM I (TM) exam with a score of 96.3%
The PSPO I (TM) exam with a score of 98.8%
The PSM II (TM) exam with a score of 97.1%
The PSPO II (TM) exam with a score of 97.5%
ATTENTION: This course is NOT designed to prepare you to pass any Scrum exams! The information inside is useful, but it is not enough for exam preparation. The purpose of this course is to help you learn the Scrum Basics (rules, events, accountabilities, artifacts, and commitments).
Currently, I teach over 82,730 students and have received over 7,911 positive reviews.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR
People who want to learn Scrum basics
People who want to refresh their Scrum knowledge
HOW IS THIS COURSE ORGANIZED
Section 1 - An Overview Of Agile & Scrum
The difference between Adaptive & Predictive approaches to development
What is Scrum and a high-level overview
Section 2 - Scrum Team (Three Sets Of Accountabilities)
Key Characteristics of the Scrum Master
Key Characteristics of the Developers
Key Characteristics of the Product Owner
Section 3 - Scrum Events
The Sprint and its main purpose
Sprint Planning and answering the two questions - why what & how
Daily Scrum (a key inspect & adapt event for the Developers)
Sprint Review and why feedback is critically important
Sprint Retrospective (the driver of continuous improvement).
Section 4 - Scrum Artifacts
The Product Backlog (The "Living" Artifact)
The Product Goal (The Commitment For The Product Backlog)
The Sprint Backlog & The Sprint Goal (when does it emerge, who is responsible for it, what happens with the PBIs that are not complete)
The Increment (the relationship between the Increment and the Product Backlog, who decides to release it, in what condition should it be)
DO I GET A GUARANTEE?
You do not need one. The course is free.
Go ahead and click the “Enroll” button right now and let’s talk about Scrum.
A DISCLAIMER STATEMENT
The statements made and opinions expressed herein belong exclusively to the creator of this course and are not shared by or represent the viewpoint of Scrum dot org. This training does not constitute an endorsement of any product, service, or point of view. Scrum dot org makes no representations, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, availability, or currency of the content contained in this presentation or any material related to this presentation. In no event shall Scrum dot org, its agents, officers, employees, licensees, or affiliates be liable for any damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, business information, loss of information) arising out of the information or statements contained in the training. Any reliance you place on such content is strictly at your own risk.
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ATTRIBUTION AND USE FOR THE SCRUM GUIDE(TM) AND NEXUS GUIDE(TM)
This course uses screenshots from the Scrum Guide (TM), Nexus Guide (TM), and Evidence-Based Management Guide™ to point the attention of the student to important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices.
The authors of the Scrum Guide (TM) are Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.
The Nexus Guide (TM) is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum dot org
Evidence-Based Management (TM) was collaboratively developed by Scrum .org (TM), the Professional Scrum Trainer Community, Ken Schwaber, and Christina Schwaber.
No changes have been made to the content of the Scrum Guide (TM), Nexus Guide (TM), and Evidence-Based Management Guide (TM)
Licence: Attribution Share-Alike license of Creative Commons
Who this course is for:
- People who want to learn Scrum fundamentals
- People who want to refresh their Scrum knowledge
- 01:55The Goal Of This Course
- 06:09Agile vs Waterfal
- 15:30What Is Scrum (A Brief Overview)
- 00:44Scrum Guide & Glossary
Vladimir Raykov works as an Agile Product Manager (PSM II (TM) and PSPO II (TM) Certified) in an innovative and highly developing company for software solutions.
Vladimir has a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and has completed courses on a Master's level on Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Knowledge at Copenhagen Business School.
He is an author (How To Build Your Successful Online Teaching Business), and one of his deepest passions is leadership - bringing out the best in people. Moreover, Vladimir is certified by Case Western Reserve University on a course - Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence.
His highest priorities are family and friends. He does and is interested in online teaching and learning as he thinks that these two terms are the new currency of the future.
A firm believer in education, Vladimir is willing to share his knowledge with others.