Scrum Fundamentals
Explore one of the most important topics in Agile. With a real world approach it fills the gap between the theory and the reality in the most of the companies that adopt Scrum.
Well paid roles and  rapidly growing demand in worldwide industry

Very limited availability of capable and experienced professionals around the world

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19 lessons of intensive video content about Agile and Scrum Framework

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Get These Benefits

  • Understand how Scrum really works in real-life comporate environment and how to deal with the challenges
  • Understand why all the Scrum roles are necessary and their relations
  • Get a real-life expectation about how the Scrum Master relates with management and upper corporate layers
  • Perceive the benefits of Agile over Traditional approaches
  • Recognize the skills needed to be Agile in the essence of it’s culture
  • Understand the 4 values and 12 principles of Agile and see how it can benefit the company
Curriculum
Intro
 Course overview
Agile Culture Foundations
 Traditional methodologies

Agile Manifesto

The practical manifesto

Challenges to be Agile

Quiz

The Scrum Framework
 Scrum overview

 Scrum definition

 Theory and values

Scrum Roles
 Scrum Team

 The Product Owner

 The Development Team

 The Scrum Master

 Scrum Master working with: PO, Dev Team and the Company

 Quiz

Sprint, Product Backlog and Events
 The framework big picture
Product Backlog
 Product Backlog

 Sprint Backlog

Scrum Events
 Scrum Events

 Sprint Planning

 Sprint Planning: What is the everyone’s role in the planning

 Sprint Planning: how will we do the work

 Sprint Planning: Defining the Sprint Goal

 Sprint Planning: A typical checklist

 Daily Scrum: executing the transparency and inspection

 What is not part of Daily

 Sprint Review: Presenting what we built

 Sprint Review: A typical checklist

 Sprint Retrospective: Building a plan to learn

 What is not part of the Retrospective

 Sprint Retrospective: A typical checklist

 Quiz

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Why you must enroll

JOIN THOUSANDS OF IT PROFESSIONALS WHO ARE WORKING ON THE AGILE TRANSFORMATION AROUND THE WORLD.

THIS COURSE IS A MUST HAVE FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO GET A REAL-LIFE PERSPECTIVE FOR FREE.

Take this course right now while it still FREE!

Top 3 reasons why you should enroll:

 There is a huge and urgent movement around the world commonly nominated as “Agile Transformation”. Scrum is the most used framework on these envioronments

Scrum Master, Agile Coach and Product Owners are between the most wanted and the most valuable roles in industry right now

Industry is getting out of “by the book” oriented professionals and in this course you have the opportunity to get a real world approch from experienced professionals who learned how to do and how not to do Scrum

  • What is Scrum?

Agile Scrum is a framework designed to build simple and complex projects.

  • How is the course structured?

Each section has a theorical overview and the real approach. It clearifies the difference between how it’s currently being executed in most of the world western companies and how it really must be executed.

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Who can attend this course

  • Anyone who wants a complete overview of Scrum in a corporate real-life perspective
  • Developers and QA Engineers  in Scrum environments
  • Those who want to get a job as Scrum Master or Product Owner
  • Anyone who wants to join the career in agile culture field
  • Anyone who has only a therorical view of Scrum and need to know how it really works on daily basis
  • An expert who wants an objective and quick refresher in scrum
  • Anyone who never worked with Scrum or any agile approach
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Requirements

There are no special requirements to enroll this course. However there is a recommendation to have experienced any sort of software development projects.

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