Practical Scrum

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Practical Scrum

AGL-211

This course is a 2 day training with a goal to explain the what how and why do we do Scrum. The course will go through all of the major topics related to scrum including: Agile, the Scrum framework, self organizing teams and engineering practices that are common for Scrum teams.
In addition to the theoretical know-how that we will cover, a lot of exercises and discussions will take place in order to get a feel of things. During those two days, the participants will gradually simulate a real Scrum project with all of it’s aspects (except the actual coding).

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Target Audience

The course is targeted for anyone who wishes to gain deep understanding of Scrum & Agile. Attending such a course will provide the necessary tools for you to get started with Scrum in your own organization.
This course has been taken by everyone connected to a Scrum Team: The Product Owner, Team members, managers, and other stakeholders.

Workshop Topics
  • Understanding the paradigm shift in software development
  • Agile manifesto- What is it ? Where does it come from?
  • The Scrum framework
  • Scrum values
  • Scrum roles – Team, Product owner & Scrum master
  • Scrum artifacts – Product backlog, Sprint backlog, Burndown charts
  • Scrum ceremonies – Sprint planning, Sprint review, retrospective
  • Definition of Done
  • Team work – what does it really mean?
  • Agile estimation and planning techniques
  • Engineering practices commonly used in Scrum
  • Self organizing team
  • Scaling scrum
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