The "Scrum Projects Management" course allows participants to quickly dive into the universe of Scrum. This two-day course is delivered with many practical workshops that simulate the reality of an Agile project using Scrum. Guided by an expert that actively coaches development teams who are using Scrum every day, participants will experience the different meetings and will also learn to produce the various artefacts used by the Scrum framework.
Experiment the execution of a Scrum project—During a practical exercise, each participant plays the role of a member of the Scrum team.
Discuss with an Agile expert—During the course, the trainer asks questions to verify that participants understand the concepts presented. The trainer also shares their work experience and answers questions about the participants’ specific contexts.
Participants will learn to:
Understand the philosophy behind Agile approaches, more specifically the Scrum framework:
Describe the values and principles of the Agile manifesto
Determine the deliverables, activities, and roles according to the Scrum Guide from Scrum.org
To apply the basics of Agile project management and, more specifically, to understand how to clarify and use the project vision to create the basic elements required to launch a project:
build an initial product backlog
organize the development according to the business value
write backlog items that are compatible with the management of a Scrum product backlog
establish an iterative and incremental release plan
mitigate risks by regularly inspecting and adapting development practices and deliverables
Project managers, product managers as well as architects, developers, and quality assurance specialists looking to implement a simple approach that contains all benefits of the Agile development.
Have a basic knowledge of Agility or have followed the training Introduction to Agility.
Read the Scrum Guide.
Introduction to Agile values and principles
Steps to kick-off an Agile project
How to write a project charter
Roles of the Product Owner, the development team, and the Scrum Master
How to create an initial product backlog
How to create specifications for backlog items, success criteria, and a definition of "done"
How to set up a team for an Agile project (the basics)
Agile estimation and planning (Planning Poker® from Mountain Goat Software)
Using story points to estimate relative complexity
Release burndown chart
Sprint burndown chart
Scrum task board
What happens during sprints
Sprint planning meeting
Daily scrum meeting
Sprint review meeting
Sprint retrospective meeting
Product backlog grooming session.