Our course includes lessons for empirical process theory supporting roles, rules, artifacts and ceremonies of Scrum Framework.
Students learn through class room style videos and practical exercises supporting the software development.
We chronologically arranged logical division of the course, course content that makes studying pattern simple.
- ● Knowing Scrum:Learn Scrum in Action to solve complex problems.
- ● What is Agile?: Understanding of agile values and principles and also the need of agility in current business environment.
- ● Scrum Roles: Each of Scrum roles has a defined set of responsibilities. Learn about Scrum Roles to understand these responsibilities and how they closely interact to meet the goals successfully.
- ● Sprint: This lesson explores how iteratively and incrementally potential shippable product increments is created.
- ● Product Backlog: This lesson covers conceptual learning and understanding of ordered list of requirements.
- ● Planning Sprint: Scrum Framework recommends continuous planning. Lesson covers two levels of planning - release and sprint including sprint planning meeting, sprint backlog, definition of done and release planning.
- ● Executing & Monitoring Sprint: Once sprint planning is done, we need executing, monitoring and adaptations. This lesson discusses how Scrum Events helps in execution and monitoring.
- ● Concluding Sprint: A sprint is concluded with Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospectives. This lesson explores these events in detail.
- ● Scaling Scrum:Scrum Framework can be used when multiple teams are working for the same product development. This lesson takes you to the art of scaling scrum.