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The Complete Scrum Agile Training course is an industry-recognised qualification, designed to teach the fundamental principles of Scrum and Agile project management. It is a must for aspiring Scrum Masters and industry professionals who wish to gain a better understanding of how to implement Scrum and Agile methodology into all areas of a project.
Through this comprehensive training course, you’ll learn about the Agile frame of mind, the Scrum product feedback cycle, scrum roles, planning, monitoring, budgeting and control, and other key topics, taking you through advanced techniques and strategies. Along the way, you’ll also develop core project management skills, from analytical thinking to negotiating and motivation.
On completion, you’ll have a solid set of skills that can be applied to a range of professions in this field, including Project Manager and Agile Business Analyst. You will have the ability and expertise to adapt the Scrum framework to deliver successful projects of all sizes and scopes. No experience is needed to take this course, which is broken it down into several manageable modules which will assist you to easily grasp each concept, from the fundamentals to the most advanced aspects.
Notes (Downloadable PDF) Basic Concepts Scrum in 3 minutes Don’t fool yourself: what Scrum is NOT! What Scrum REALLY is! Scrum subway Agile Mindset 101 The Scrum Guide – (Downloadable PDF) (VERY IMPORTANT) How to follow this course Scrum Glossary (Downloadable PDF) (EXTRA) Tips for you to learn more effectively (Downloadable) Key Takeways – Introduction
First things first. What is a project? Learn to differ a project from business as usual Projects as a means to reach your objectives You were, are, and will always be a project manager How do projects organize the effort to deliver products? Key Takeaways – Basic concepts Setting your goals
What is “Traditional” Project Management? The “Traditional” way of dealing with scope, time, and cost The golden project management paradox: Knowledge x Ease of Change When is it better to go with the “Traditional” paradigm? Why do projects fail? Key Takeaways – Tradicional Project Management
Agile for the Rescue! The agility mindset The values that guide agility The principles that sustain agility Agile Project Principles Agile Product Principles Agile People Principles Agile Process Principles (EXTRA) Beyond the Agile Manifesto Key Takeaway – Agile Project Management
Should you go with the Traditional or Agile paradigm? Risks and Project Planning: the Cone of Uncertainty The Agile way of dealing with scope, time, and cost Final words about the battle: “Traditional or Agile?” Key Takeaways – Which way to go? Traditional or Agile?
Scrum in 1 minute Dissecting Scrum: Scrum as a Value-driven effort Dissecting Scrum: Sprints, the heart Scrum! Dissecting Scrum: how does the Sprint Backlog fit in? Dissecting Scrum: the importance of the Increment Dissecting Scrum: the Team’s continuous improvement and balance The Product Owner as the Business Catalyst (SCRUM WAR STORY) The Weak Proxy Product Owner The Development Team- delivering work collaboratively What does a Scrum Master do? Key Takeaways – The Skeleton and Heart of Scrum
The Scrum Lifecycle Let’s kickoff our project! \o/ A quick look at our case study (project simulation) A quick look at our project management tool Key Takeaways – Let´s simulate a project
Quick introduction to Initiation work Defining where to go: the Product Vision! Let’s update the system with our product vision! (Extra) Using personas to build better customer-centric products (Downloadable PDF) (EXTRA) Order your User Stories with the Story Mapping Describing the product tactics: the Product Backlog Customer-driven requirements: the User Story How to define the Product tactic? Ordering the Product Backlog Estimating effort, the agile way Story points as the agile measure for effort estimates Estimate effort collaboratively with the Planning Poker Defining the business values of the product “ideas” with the Kano Model (TEMPLATE) Apply the Kano Model for you projects How to Manage the Product Backlog in 3 minutes Forming the Scrum Team (Extra) Adding the Scrum Team to our project management tool Planning the Delivery: the Release Plan An alternative way of creating the Release Plan How to define velocity for a Release Plan? (EXTRA) Why using the range 0.6x to 1.6x for planning? A guideline on how to Plan a Release (EXTRA) Drive your Product Strategy with a Product Roadmap (Downloadable PDF) (EXTRA) A Fun Fact about Release Plan Practical advices to define the sprints length Bring balance to your project by Defining Done What is the “sprint 0”? Practical tips on how to organize your workspace to boost collaboration Key Takeaways – Agile Project Management
Getting Ready for Sprinting Refining the Product Backlog Planning the Sprint Sprint Goal Template (EXTRA) Sprint Goal Template (Downloadable PDF) Defining WHAT to do during the Sprint An overview on how to plan WHAT to do during the Sprint Defining HOW to deliver work during the Sprint Key Takeaways – Planning
Constructing the Product Adding the Scrum Team to our project management tool The Daily Scrum in 3 minutes Making the Impediments Visible 4 Tips to Boost your Daily Scrums (EXTRA) Monitoring Progress with the Sprint Burndown Chart + Template (TEMPLATE) Build your own Burndown Charts 6 Indicators of BAD Daily Scrums (EXTRA) A Complete Guide for Conducting Effective Daily Scrum meetings Backlog Refinement session (SCRUM WAR STORY) Customer disturbing sprints What to do if work is not Done by the end of the Sprint? Key Takeaways – Execution
Intro to Inspect and Adapt Scrum’s Product Feedback Cycle Getting Ready to Demonstrate Value How to NOT demonstrate value Getting informed customer feedback by demonstrating value The Sprint Review Blueprint An overview on how to execute the Sprint Review meetings (EXTRA) Getting Valuable Feedback from the Users Adapting the Product Backlog A quick note on the terms Backlog Refinement and Grooming Improving Continuously with the Sprint Retrospective meetings 2 quick tips for before starting the Sprint Retrospective meeting The Sprint Retrospective Blueprint: Setting the stage The Sprint Retrospective Blueprint: Gathering Data The Sprint Retrospective Blueprint: Generating Insights The Sprint Retrospective Blueprint: Deciding What to Do The Sprint Retrospective Blueprint: Closing Key Takeaways – Inspection and adaptation
Delivering the Product Project Retrospective: avoiding recurring mistakes with Lessons Learned Key Takeaways – Closure
Introduction Boss vs Leader Tip #1: Forget your Comfort Zone and Develop Your Communication Skills Tip #2: Work on your Motivation and Optimism Tip #3: Develop your Empathy Tip #4: Don’t choose your Type! Tip #5: Find your references!
Introduction The Elements of Negotiation The Stages of Negotiation (Part A) The Stages of Negotiation (Part B) The Stages of Negotiation (Part C) 6 Things You Must Do To Be More Successful On Your Negotiations 5 Things You MUST NOT Do on Negotiations Final Remarks
Introduction Basic concepts Step #1: Collect Step #2: Process Step #3: Organize Step #4: Plan Step #5: Execute Final Remarks
Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally recognized professional qualification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.
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- Recent graduates
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- People already are working in this field and want to polish their knowledge and skill.
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Once learners have successfully completed each module in this training course, they will have the skills, knowledge and credentials to pass their Scrum certification, or fast track a career in the following professions:
- Scrum Master
- Project Manager
- Agile Business Analyst
- Agile Delivery Lead