Increasingly intense competition in fast-changing markets is forcing organizations to find better ways to develop new products and bring them to market – faster, better, cheaper. The Agile approach to product development is gaining popularity in software development, but it is based on a collection of values, principles and practices that are universally applicable to any type of complex work.
Scrum is a simple framework that enables organizations to take the Agile approach to creating the highest value in the shortest time. Consisting of only a few roles, events, artifacts and the rules that bind them together, Scrum has given many organizations the ability to surface problems, as well as opportunities, so that they can be addressed.
Many organizations fail to generate much benefit from using Scrum because they do not understand that implementing Scrum requires a shift in organisational thinking. This course aims to be thought-provoking, to equip participants with a deep understanding of the paradigm shift necessary that accompanies successful Scrum implementations.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to articulate the following:
- What Agile is, what it is for, and why.
- The difference between traditional and Agile development approaches.
- What type of projects are Agile/Scrum applicable.
- What is the Scrum framework, where it comes from.
- The details of the Scrum framework – the roles, artifacts, events and values – what they are, why and how to apply them.
- A few other practices that are not part of Scrum, but complement it.
- Common pitfalls to avoid, and how to get the most out of using Scrum.
- A new perspective of their own organization; how it might need to change to become more Agile.
1. The Agile approach
✔ What problem are we solving
✔ Why projects fail
✔ Complex work
✔ Agile Manifesto – values, principles.
✔ Defined vs. empirical process models.
2. Scrum at a high level
✔ Origin of Scrum
✔ Scrum values and attributes
✔ Scrum framework
✔ Scrum overview
3. Scrum artifacts
✔ Product Backlog and product backlog items
✔ Release planning and tracking
✔ Sprint Backlog and tasks
✔ Other increments
4. Scrum roles
✔ Product Owner
5. Scrum events
✔ Sprint Planning
✔ Daily Scrum
✔ Sprint Review
✔ Sprint Retrospective
✔ Product Backlog Refinement
6. Delivering incrementally and iteratively
✔ Sprint simulation
✔ Definition of Done
✔ Potentially Shippable Product Increment
✔ Value, batch sizes, constraints
7. Scrum Simulation
✔ Experience the practice of delivering value incrementally and iteratively in a lively simulation game.
8. Implementing Scrum
✔ Organizational impediments, common pitfalls, getting the most out of Scrum.
This course is appropriate for anyone who wants to be successful with Scrum,Like
✔ Course Fee includes Scrum Alliance Certification Examination Fee.
✔ Understanding of Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, and artifacts to get a project off on the right foot.
✔ Practical, project-proven practices.
✔ Understanding of how to scale Scrum from small-sized to large, multi-continent projects.
✔ Tips and tricks from our experienced CSTs’ years of using Scrum in a wide variety of environments
✔ This boot camp covers the core concepts of Scrum framework, including roles, events, artifacts, values and related knowledge areas. After the course, you will get the chance to take the Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster(R) test (Pass It or Your Money Back*!).
- To earn CSM certificate, you must take a CSM course from a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) from Scrum Alliance. After successful completion of the course, you will need to pass the online CSM test. To get a passing score, you must correctly answer 24 of the 35 multiple choice questions. You will be eligible for 16 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) upon completion of this course.
- After you pass the CSM exam, you will be asked to accept the License Agreement then you will receive the official designation of Certified ScrumMaster ® (CSM) from Scrum Alliance, along with a two-year membership with Scrum Alliance.
- The CSM Test fee is included in your course fee; however, if you fail the test a second time, you will need to pay a $25 exam fee to Scrum Alliance before taking the exam a third time. Scrum Alliance recommends that anyone who fails three times, must re-take the CSM course before attempting the exam a fourth time.
Mr. Narasimha Reddy Bommaka "Certified Scrum Trainer(CST)
- NIT Graduate with 16+ years of experience in IT Industry mainly in Product Development, BFSI/Investment banking Domain
- 8 years of experience in Agile – Scrum, XP, Kanban.
- PMP, PMI ACP and CSP certified Agile Transformation Coach helping organizations to become more efficient and productive using Agile Methodology. Specialized in Scrum/XP adoption
- Conducted more than 63+ PMI-ACP, Professional Agile and Scrum, Certified Scrum Master trainings to help 2600+ professionals embrace Agile
- Implementing Scrum at Business Unit level in my organization
- Demonstrated excellence in leading and managing multiple project teams having varied skill sets spread across different geographical locations such as Australia, London, Singapore, US
Mr. Suresh Konduru, CST
Certified Scrum Trainer | Enterprise Agile Coach | Speaker | Volunteer | TBR | DevOps
More than 20 years of experience in IT industry extensively in Agile Transformation, Agile Consulting, Agile Coaching & Scrum Training, Delivery Management, Program Management, Project Management, for Global Fortune 500 customers.
Registration Contact :
Mr. Harish K
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