Scrum by Example - Follow and Learn By Example
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If you wanted to get a brief understanding of Scrum with a practical end then this course is a good starting point.
It doesn't going into detail of all the elements of Scrum but it does give you an idea of how to use Scrum to manage a small project.
This is a practical course; something that is not so much on the theory but more a do this and this practical.
This course will guide you through the elements of Scrum required in this project; teaching you scrum and how it is used in a project such as this. By the end of this course you will be able to adapt Scrum to any similar project and have an understanding of how Scrum works.
Why take this course?
You want to learn how to project manage using SCRUM. Agile Project management will mean you can create your project in iterations meaning you can release your course quicker and earning you money.
Ever spent time creating a course and found your focus on specifics is lost?
Using Scrum then you focus on what needs to be done.
Want to get it right first time round?
Using this framework you can get it right in your first iteration release and improve after each iteration.
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you could be using Scrum to project manage you next product. In this course you will learn about Scrum and how you can use it.
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|Section 1: What We Plan To Achieve|
Does This Framework Work?Preview
Scrum Is Adaptable
What We Aim To Achieve With ScrumPreview
What do you want to achieve
|Section 2: Using The Scrum Process|
Define the Definition of Done
Definition of Done Example
Defining the Stories
The Product Backlog
Building The Product Backlog
The Product Backlog
Planning the Sprint
Adding Tasks To A Story
Example of a Task
Progress A Story
The Daily StandupPreview
Course Provider is the Product OwnerPreview
Rework a Story
Release the Course
Course Slideshow Notes
Developer, Video Creator, Podcaster and Mentor. Just 4 titles that could describe me and what I do.
I’ve been working in the IT industry for 18 years now and have worked as a Developer, Scrum Master and Team Leader. I’ve also been a student of many as well as mentored many others during that time.
I’ve created video content on YouTube; some popular and some not so. This helped me in gaining the experience to creating good video content for my training courses.
I’ve also spent some time creating podcasts over the years; more recently with a new podcast related to ‘Geekz Talk’(just a plug). – giving me yet more gain and experience on giving content to people and providing more for everyone who is looking for extra content.
I’m here to give to you my experience; my industry lesson learnt and my voice to help you move forward in the subject you want to learn.