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An information system is completely built in small iterations, referred to as sprints. In contrast to traditional project management methods, Scrum responds to and takes changes into account.
In the course Scrum Fundamentals for Beginners, the different roles in a Scrum project are discussed, such as those of Product Owner, Scrum Master, the Development Team and the Manager in the background. Attention is also paid to the so-called Scrum ceremonies such as the planning and the daily meeting.
Furthermore Scrum artifacts such as the stories, the product backlog, the priorities, the estimates regarding the size and the product timeline are treated. The assignment and execution of sprints and the importance of the daily meeting are also discussed.
Finally the advantages of the Scrum approach are covered and also which pitfalls you should watch out for. In one day the participants have gone through the entire Scrum process and know how to identify the steps in the process.
The course Scrum Fundamentals is designed for employees who work in a Scrum project and others who want to experience what Scrum is.
To join the course Scrum Fundamentals no specific skills are required. General knowledge of system development is useful for a proper understanding.
The theory is discussed on the basis of presentation slides. The theory is clarified using example projects from practice. On the basis of short case studies group discussions are performed which are guided by the trainer. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.
Participants receive an official certificate Scrum Fundamentals after successful completion of the course.
Module 1 : Scrum Intro
Module 2 : Scrum Framework
Module 3 : Artifacts
|What is Scrum?
Team as Unit
Business sets Priorities
|Artifacts and Stories
Module 4 : Daily Practice
Life in the Sprints
Burn Down Chart
Benefits and Pitfalls