Understanding Agile and Scrum at A Deeper Level
Welcome to Scrum Framework!
Let’s see what we have in store for you!
Scrum Framework, is the most popular and used term in project management. It helps in effective and efficient team collaboration through sprints on complex software projects.
In this course, you will learn the mechanics of the Agile and Scrum framework based on the core understanding of the topics, their principles and values while implementing them in any project or business scenario.
This course really covers everything related to Scrum project management by which you will be able to embrace the Agile concepts of iterative development, adaptive planning, and continuous improvement – resulting in fast deliveries and greater value to customers. The approaches taught in this course will help you reach a high level of efficiency.
My goal with this course is to ensure that you feel confident in leading a project while managing the processes. This will encourage working collaboratively on a self-organizing team, coached by a scrum master or manager, and build what is needed with an aligned approach, rather than simply following a plan.
What’s In This Course?
The course starts off with the Introduction of course! And slowly built up to more complex and hands on topic listed below
- Introduction to Agile
- Introduction to Scrum
- Introduction to Agile and Scrum values and principles
- Understanding of Scrum Teams
- Understanding of Scrum Events
- Understanding of Scrum Artifacts
- Introduction to Project Management Tools for Agile Scrum Projects
- Setting Up Scrum Projects in Jira
- Jira Reporting for Scrum Projects
- Challenges and Solutions for Scrum Master
Are There Any Course Requirements or Prerequisites?
- There is no pre-requisite for learning this course.
- Basics of Project Management will help
Who This Course Is For:
- Project Managers
- Product Owners
- Scrum Masters
- Agile Teams
This course is for those who are interested in developing a deeper understanding of the principles and values behind Agile and Scrum to enable them to optimize the execution of an Agile/Scrum process in a given project.