Scrum: Ultimate Guide For Better Project Delivery
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Scrum: Ultimate Guide For Better Project Delivery

Overview of Scrum process and how to implement Scrum
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Last updated 7/2017
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will be able to understand what is Agile, and what is the difference between Agile and Waterfall.
  • You will understand the Scrum elements and the complete Scrum process and how to implement Scrum in project/organization.
  • You will understand why agility is important.
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Requirements
  • You don't need any expertise or other prerequisites to take this course.
Description

In this course, I will explain what is methodology and why it is important to use methodology in project organization and product delivery. The overview of Agile and Waterfall is covered in the course on the way that it shows difference between modern (Agile) and traditional (Waterfall) way of work in development.

I will guide you through the complete Scrum process by covering the elements Scrum consist of (teams, roles, artifacts, events, requirements) and how to converge them in order to implement successful process of product delivery. With brief explanation of why Scrum is important and with understanding of the whole process, at the end of the course it will be clear how Scrum brings transformation inside industry and how it can be applied to any project.

The Resource section contains main bullet points covered in the course, which can be used for guidance or checklist notes. Also, it contains document with reference links.

As additional, the quiz is provided at the end of the course, so everyone can test and maybe extend knowledge. The quiz will be updated from time to time with new questions depends of the students needs and requests.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants a complete overview of Scrum process.
  • Anyone who wants to start or consider to use Scrum or Agile practices in business.
  • Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Developers, Project Managers, Delivery Managers, Business Owners.
  • Anyone who wants to take Scrum exam and get certification.
  • Anyone who wants to improve and transform project management or project/product delivery across organization/team.
  • Agile and Scrum practitioners who want to improve their practices.
  • Anybody who has a complex project can benefit from using Scrum.
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Curriculum For This Course
19 Lectures
01:26:01
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Introduction
2 Lectures 02:39
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Agile and Waterfall
4 Lectures 12:39
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Scrum
3 Lectures 15:19

Scrum team
04:30

Scrum roles
07:23
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Terms in Scrum
2 Lectures 18:50

The lecture covers:

What is User Story? Why write User Story? The characteristics of good user stories. Who uses user stories? How to write good user stories?

User Story
12:00

The lecture covers:

What is Scrum iteration/Sprint? Daily Scrum, Definition of Done.

Scrum iteration/sprint
06:50
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Scrum artifacts
2 Lectures 15:47

The lecture covers:

What Product Backlog is used for? What Product Backlog contains? How Product Backlog is used? Estimation of Product Backlog (who estimates and how?)

Product backlog
10:47

The lecture covers:

What is the outcome of Sprint planning and what happens during Sprint planning? What is purpose of Sprint backlog?

Sprint backlog and sprint planning
05:00
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Scrum ceremonies (events)
4 Lectures 15:24

The lecture covers:

What is Sprint planning meeting and what are outcomes of Sprint planning meeting? How the Sprint planning meeting looks like?

Sprint planning
03:21

The lecture covers:

What is Daily Scrum and its purpose? Who should attend the Daily Scrum?

Daily scrum
03:24

Sprint review
05:41

The lecture covers:

What is Sprint Retrospective? Techniques for Sprint Retrospective. Characteristics of the effective Sprint Retrospective.

Sprint retrospective
02:58
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Recapitulation
1 Lecture 05:21
Recapitulation
05:21
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Quizzes
0 Lectures 00:00
Quiz A
15 questions
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Additional
1 Lecture 00:03
Additional Content
00:03
About the Instructor
Aleksandra Trivuncevic
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Integration Consultant

Aleksandra Trivuncevic is an software developer, certified Scrum Master and IT consultant in integration area. With more than 11 years of experience in IT industry in development, business analysis and project implementation and in various technologies (Delphi, SharePoint, ASP.NET, WebMethods, Tibco) she gains wide range of experience and knowledge.

Aleksandra is good communicator and enjoys sharing knowledge and helping others. She likes analysis and brainstorming about processes inside organizations, projects, functional designs, etc...The seeker for an company with high level of professionalism and professional organizational set, because she still believes it can be found.

Besides IT area, Aleksandra has been challenging herself in different domains: leading and coaching, blogging, content writing, neuroscience researching.

The fan of side hustling and design thinking!