The goal of this course is to provide a refreshing, and yet easily graspable and insightful introduction to Scrum. The course is delivered and structured in a manner that would ensure that you can quickly absorb the information presented here. The structure, and progression of the course material is designed to enable better retention and recall and hence the application of the knowledge and insights in your everyday practice of Scrum.
The course has seven sections listed below:
5.Roles and Artefacts
The course is almost entirely composed of Video lessons interlaced with some exercises designed to encourage some independent enquiry as well as some quizzes as a revision of the key points covered or as a means for informing you of some trivia.
Each section in the course is self-contained, however that said, it does progressively build upon the knowledge areas covered in previous modules. In other words the course is structured and designed in a manner to take the audience from a novice level to a Scrum Practitioner level of proficiency.
Therefore if you are a beginner or are new to Scrum, I would recommend going through the course in sequence, however if you are already experienced in Scrum, you may want to test your grasp of the subject matter by going through the exercises or skipping to any course module to delve into the area you may want to revisit.
The exercises are also designed to support their use in a group setting, and to serve as discussion points and therefore benefit the team as a whole gain from perspectives of different team members
A seasoned TOGAF 9 Certified Enterprise Solution Architect and Certified Scrum Master and Agile Coach, with nearly 17 years of experience. I have architected solutions and led agile teams in large multi-national enterprises as well as some progressive start-ups. Alongside a full-time career, I also pursue my passion for teaching, writing and speaking at forums.