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Introduction to Scrum

This two-day course on Scrum is directed to those who are responsible for planning and leading projects and who are looking to gain a deeper understanding of Scrum methodologies. Scrum is a framework that helps teams work together and adapt to change. This course will cover an overview of all of the concepts and mechanics of Scrum, from deep dives into each role: Product Owner, Scrum Master and the development team, to in depth coverage of each of the Scrums ceremonies: Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Etc.
Facilitator: Daniel Shereck
For more information about this course please contact Professional and Continuing Studies

This is an introductory course, and although prior training in project management and agile is not required, current agile projects managers will greatly benefit from the increased performance and adaptability of Scrum teams. Designed for new and experience agile project managers, but open to anyone looking to improve how they manage work and adapt to change, this course will benefit anyone who is looking to leverage best practices in Scrum.

Topics:

  • Core principles of Scrum
  • The Who – The roles of Scrum
  • The What – The primary artifacts used to deliver Scrum projects
  • The How - Detailed review of the ceremonies and practices of Scrum

Learning Outcomes:

  •        Understand the mechanics of Scrum and how the roles, artifacts and ceremonies come together to deliver products
  •        Develop a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each Scrum team member
  •        Know when to start and stop by understanding the definition of Ready and Done
  •        Maximize the value of the products you and your teams deliver
  •        Adapt more rapidly to change