Scrum 101- A fundamental look at the agile Scrum Master role
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- A fundamental understanding of Scrum theory, definitions and the Scrum Values as per the Scrum guide
- This new course, developed in 2019 is specifically designed around the Scrum guide. We use a combination of animated videos (not just power-point with voice-overs), audio, fact-sheets and quizzes to breakdown Scrum and the Scrum Master role and present it in a way that helps you to fully understand Scrum
- Learn how to get a Certification in Scrum without paying out thousands of dollars
- A deep dive into the history of Scrum focusing on topics like Lean, Waterfall and the emergence of Agile
- A thorough review of the 3 roles, the 5 events and the 3 artifacts that make up Scrum
- An A to Z of Scrum and the role of the Scrum Master, 100% focused on the current version of the Scrum Guide,the definitive guide to Scrum. Anything else just isn't Scrum!
- No Prerequisites or requirements
Let me be up front about this course. I cannot teach you everything about being a Scrum Master in an hour or two. I doubt if anyone can. But what I have done is taken the Scrum guide, which is the core of Scrum, stripped it down to the bone and rebuilt it, trying to give lessons that cover all the Scrum basics in a simple and easy to understand set of lessons.
That being said, it is comprehensive in covering all areas of Scrum basics, starting with the history of Scrum, moving onto definitions, theory and values, before a deep dive into the the 3 Scrum roles, the 5 Scrum events and the 3 Scrum Artifacts.
I have cross referenced this course with a number of the popular Scrum master certifications like the PSM1 and the CSM to make sure it covers all the areas needed.
You should take this course if you want a thorough understanding of what Scrum is, either as a beginner, perhaps joining an agile environment for the first time or as a Scrum Master who wants to improve their core knowledge of Scrum.
If you are taking your first scrum master certification, I have also designed another course which provides over 120 exam questions and answers. We believe that these two go hand in hand. The aim is that, at the end, you will be able to pass an exam (like the professional Scrum master (PSM1) exam*)
This new course is developed in Sept 2019. We use a combination of animation videos (not just power-point with voice-overs), audio, fact-sheets and quizzes to breakdown Scrum and the Scrum Master role and present it in a way that helps you to fully understand Scrum
So, if this what you need, I hope you enjoy!
*Please note, we are not affiliated with Scrum dot org or the Scrum Alliance etc. Though our course is perfectly suited to those about to take their initial Scrum Master certification
- For any Scrum student who is entering an agile environment for the first time, this is a great introduction
- Perfect preparation course for students who are preparing to take their initial Scrum Master certification exams
- Scrum Masters and for agile practitioners who want to have a complete and thorough grounding of the Scrum guide, the scrum body of knowledge
- For any student who does not wish to spend a thousand plus of dollars to get up to speed in Scrum, then this is the course for you
- NB: Though this course will help to prepare you for certification like the PSM1 from Scrum,org, it is not affiliated to this organisation
In this short video, we help you to understand if this is the right course for you.
The course focuses on students who are new to Scrum and wish to gain a thorough understanding as per the Scrum Guide, the Scrum Holy Grail. It is also extremely suited to those who are taking their first Scrum certification, whether it is the PSM1 from Scrum.org or the CSM exam.
Note from Dave: As we started to put the timeline for this video together I realised that it would not be complete without including Lean.
I do get asked quite often about the difference between Agile and Lean. I wont specifically address that question here. But I will just say that both Lean and Agile were built on different values and different principles and that each evolved a set of practices based on those values and principles. A few examples would be Scrum and Kanban.
The fact that many of the practices can be said to be a member of both is a testament to the similarity in the core ideals!
The differences in the practices could also be partly put down to the generation gap between the two!
With Lean starting in the 1950s when problem solving was in what we call the complicated phase of problem solving to Agile, in this new century where we have moved into the complex zone with different problem solving practices needed
Before there was Agile, there was the Waterfall Model for delivering projects in a sequential manner. Many of you will have heard it being mentioned before but might not fully understand it.
Waterfall project management
Complicated versus complex problems
The beginning of waterfall
The 6 sequential stages
Pros and Cons
The evolution of development
Before you read through this list, please be aware that not all Scrum teams will use all ten activities. In fact, some of them are debated in the agile world as unnecessary, red tape etc.
Some of them have sections dedicated to them in the Scrum guide while others don't even get a look in. But they are all very useful and I would say that they are all worthy of consideration, let your experience as a Scrum Master dictate your whether you use or dismiss!