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Scrum – Start Using Scrum Today

Learn all about the scrum process and how to use scrum in your projects. Become an agile development team easily.
Instructor:
Sean McCammon
1,580 students enrolled
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Understand what the Scrum Process is
Understand how and why it can improve your product delivery
You will be able to explain what are the Scrum practices
You will understand and be able to use Scrum to deliver your project on time
Understand why Scrum is more flexible that Waterfall or similar process
Be the Scrum advocate if your team
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“Good overview of Scrum

A nice overview of Scrum process described in this course. I enjoyed going through it.”

“Really intuitive and an easy get to grips with course if you want or need an introduction into Scrum Methodology and Agile Development, this is for you. The instructor expertly breaks down the principles behind the introduction, into 21 very easy to follow steps. This course comes very highly recommended!!”

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Scrum is a management and control process that focuses on building the software and meeting business needs; it is designed to cut through all the complexity. Project management and teams; using Scrum; are able to deliver working software incrementally using the requirements rather than spending a big percentage of time up front on understanding and planning all requirements before starting on the programming.

Scrum allows your analysts to create user stories from the requirements that will concentrate on what you need for the next iterations; this allows development to start at the beginning of the project. It also allows any changes in the requirements or scope to be addressed immediately rather than at the end of the development (as would happen in waterfall).

Scrum itself is a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex projects.

This course has been designed to introduce you to Scrum, the elements of Scrum. You will learn what are the different roles in the Scrum Teams; you will learn about Scrum Artifacts (such as what is the Product Backlog) and you will learn about Scrum Reports.

I’m created this course so that anyone can get to grips with the Scrum process. By the end of this course you will have an understanding of the Scrum process and what you need to accomplish.

12th March 2015 – I’ve just added a new lecture on Retrospective Planning Resources. In this lecture I talk a little more about Retrospectives and give you a great resource to use when planning yours.

The Scrum Process

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Few notes before we begin
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What is Scrum

What is Scrum? In this lecture we explain what is scrum and give an insight into what we are going to be talking about

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Product Owner

What is a Product Owner? What do they do? This lecture explains who and what the product owner is in more detail

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Scrum Master

What is a Scrum Master? What is their role in Scrum? We explain more in this lecture giving those details.

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Scrum Team Member

Who are the scrum team members and what do they do? In this lecture we talk about the scrum team members and give those details

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Product Backlog

What is a product backlog? In this lecture we talk about what is a product backlog and what it is use for

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What is a Sprint

What is a Sprint? In this lecture we talk about what is a sprint and how it is used in Scrum

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The Sprint Backlog

What is a sprint backlog? In this lecture we talk about what is a sprint backlog and what it is use for

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Sprint Planning

What is sprint planning? In this lecture we talk about this scrum event and what it is used for

Elements of Scrum

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Definition of Ready

What is the definition of ready? In this lecture we talk about what is a definition of ready and what it is use for

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Definition of Done

What is the definition of done? In this lecture we talk about what is a definition of done and what it is use for

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The Taskboard

What is the task board? In this lecture we talk about what is a taskboard and what it is use for

Working in Scrum

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The Progress of Stories Through The Sprint

How do stories progress through Scrum? In this lecture we talk about this subject giving detail on this progression

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Burndown Chart

What is a turndown chart? In this lecture we talk about what is a turndown chart and what it is use for

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Cumulative Flow Chart

What is a cumulative flow chart? In this lecture we talk about what is a cumulative flow chart and what it is use for

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Backlog Refinement

What is backlog refinement? In this lecture we talk about what backlog refinement is used for and how it improves the process

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Scrum Effort Estimation

What is scrum effort estimation? In this lecture we talk about what is scrum effort estimation and what it is use for

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Daily Standup

What is a daily standup? In this lecture we introduce this scrum event and what benefits you will get from it.

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Sprint Review

What is a sprint review meeting? In this lecture we introduce this scrum event and what benefits you will get from it.

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Sprint Retrospective

What is a sprint retrospective? In this lecture we introduce this scrum event and what benefits you will get from it.

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Abnormal Sprint Termination

What is abnormal sprint termination? We talk about this subject, explain what it is and what happens after.

Further Scrum Discussions

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Retrospective Planning Resources

Thanks You

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Thank You

Thanks you for taking this course, and please do ask questions if would like to know more

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Scrum Powerpoint Notes

I've attached the slides we used during this course.

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