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Scrum Master

Scrum Master Certified
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Stone River eLearning
300 students enrolled
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Understand the fundamental principles underlying agile methodologies
Learn to apply agile principles in a team context especially software and product development
Differentiate between Agile and traditional approaches of project management
Understand the benefits of an iterative and incremental approach
Gain knowledge of the terminology of the Scrum framework
Understand the role and responsibilities of the Scrum Master
Coordinate and facilitate Scrum meetings
Apply the Agile & Scrum principles to real-world scenarios

The Scrum Master course helps the students in understanding the fundamental principles that form the foundation of Agile. The course also explores the Scrum framework in deep detail and also blends an overview of the key practices for Agile. The course starts off with an introduction to Scrum, the most frequently used agile framework with over 70 percent of agile projects using Scrum in one form or another, then it goes on to the real-world examples to enable the students to apply the knowledge to solve real problems.

Scrum is the agile development process that allows teams to deliver usable software periodically throughout the life of the project, dynamically absorbing change and new requirements as the project proceeds. The course covers the Scrum Master Certification curriculum in detail and enables the students to clear the exam.

PMI, Project Management Institute, Project Management Professional (PMP), PMP, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), CAPM, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), PMI-ACP, PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), PMI-RMP, PMBOK, PgMP, PULSE OF THE PROFESSION, THE PMI TALENT TRIANGLE and The PMI REP Logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. 

Introduction

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Introduction

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Instructor Introduction

Chapter 01 - Course Introduction

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Lesson: Course Introduction

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Welcome to the Course!
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Scrum/Agile Mentoring Community
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Why Are You Here?
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Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
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What do you Expect?
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Housekeeping in the Classroom & Online
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Conventions Used
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Quizzes & Exercises
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Scrum Certification Exams
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Getting Started
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Chapter 01 Quiz

Chapter 02 - Introduction to Scrum

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Introduction to Scrum

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Learning Objectives
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Terms to Know
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Lesson: Scrum Overview
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Scrum Overview
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Project Management as a Discipline
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Software Development Lifecycle Management
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Traditional PM
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Agile History
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Agile Manifesto Principles 1-5
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Agile Manifesto Principles 6-12
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Agile Methods
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Scrum History
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Scrum Benefits
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Scrum Scalability
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Lesson: Scrum Concepts & Principles
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Scrum Principles
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Empirical Process Control
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Self-Organization
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Collaboration
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Value -Based Prioritization
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Time -Boxing
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Iterative Development
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Scrum Aspects
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Lesson: Scrum Phases & Processes
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Scrum Phases
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Initiate
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Plan & Estimate
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Implement
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Review & Retrospect
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Release
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Lesson: Introduction to Scrum Summary
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Introduction to Scrum Summary
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Chapter 02 Quiz
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Chapter 02 Quiz

Chapter 03 - Scrum Aspects

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Scrum Aspects

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Learning Objectives
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Terms to Know
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Lesson: Roles and Organization in Scrum
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Identify the Scrum Master
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Scrum Master Responsibilities
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Scrum Master Authority
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Identify the Product Owner
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Product Owner Responsibilities
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Product Owner Authorities
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Forming the Scrum Team
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Scrum Team Responsibilities
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Scrum Team Authorities
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Identify the Stakeholders
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Fundamental Differences with Traditional PM
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Lesson: Business Justification
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Value -Driven Delivery
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Responsibilities
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Factors
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Business Justification and the Project Lifecycle
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Business Justification Techniques
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MoSCoW Analysis
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100 -Point Method
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Kano Analysis
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Continuous Value Justification
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Confirm Benefits
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Lesson: Quality
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Quality Definition
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Acceptance Criteria
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Definition of Done
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Quality Management in Scrum
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Lesson: Change
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Supporting Change
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Unapproved and Approved Change Requests
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Flexibility vs. Stability
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Integrate Change
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Lesson: Risk
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Risks vs. Issues
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Risk Attitude
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Risk Identification
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Risk Assessment
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Risk Prioritization
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Risk Mitigation
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Risk Burndown Chart
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Minimizing Risk in Scrum
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Lesson: Scrum Aspects Summary
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Scrum Aspects Summary
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