AGILE - SCRUM MASTER
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You have'nt got an idea of what Scrum is all about? but heard professionals talking about that topic, and you really interested to know about it and putting into action.
This course focuses on the basics of the Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, and artifacts, so that you can be an effective member of a Scrum team.
What can you expect in this workshop?
The whole workshop will be delivered in 4 Sprints with possible agenda as below:
Iteration 1: Basics of Scrum
Agile & Empirical Process
What is Empirical Process and Defined Process
Why Software Development is hard and complex?
What is Agile and why Indians are meant to be Agile?
Introduction to Agile Manifesto
12 Agile Principles
Introduction to Scrum Framework
Detailed discussion on Product Owner’s responsibilities
Detailed discussion on Scrum Master’s responsibilities
Detailed discussion on Development Team’s responsibilities
What is the role of other organization roles in Scrum?
Where does the Project Manager fit?
Iteration 2: Getting Started with Scrum
Getting Started with Scrum: Identify a class Project and understand the following concepts as we get started
How to go about implementing Scrum.
What is the impact on Organization Structure and policies.
Identify a Class project and discuss team agreements, Definition of Ready, Definition of Done.
Building Product Backlog: Build Product Backlog for Class Project and understand the following concepts as we work on it.
Characteristics of a Product Backlog
Grooming Product Backlog
Prioritizing the Product Backlog
Estimating Product Backlog
Iteration 3: Estimation and Planning
Agile Estimation: Estimate Product class backlog for the class project and learn the following concepts.
What is Estimation?
How are requierements and tasks estimated?
What is Poker Planning?
How to faciliate Estimation as a ScrumMaster?
Agile Planning: Plan releases for the class project and learn the following concepts.
What is incremental and iterative delivery?
When do we release? Understanding the value of shortening the feedback loop through early and incremental releases.
How do we arrive at a release date?
Why release plan is not cast in stone and release planing should be iterative
Iteration 4: Getting it Done
Running a Sprint: Run a Sprint end to end for the class project and learn the following
Sprint Planning: Planning for delivering valuable products sooner.
Engineering Practices: Delivering working product continuously during the Sprint
DailyScrum: Inspecting and adapting continously during Sprint.
Sprint Review: Testing assumptions sooner.
Sprint Retrpsoective: Continuosly improving as a team.
Scrum in Distributed Environments and Scaling
How do Scrum teams work in distributed environment?
What does it take for multiple teams to worn on same Product?
What do you get out of the course?
After you complete the course, you’ll know
All the rules, artifacts, meetings and processes for Scrum
Why the ScrumMaster is such an important role, and how to be a great ScrumMaster?
How to motivate others to support your Scrum efforts?
Where to look for more information and how to get your questions answered?
On successful completion of the course, You will be able to take the MOCK-test immediately after the workshop and the fee is covered in the course fee.
Membership invite from in Scrum FB Communities
Scrum Reference Card
Scrum Framework Poster