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Scrum Complete Bundle

3-course bundle include Scrum Master, Product Owner and Developer + exams


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Summary

Price
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
60 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Learn all you can about Scrum with this Scrum bundle.

This bundle includes three courses:

  • Scrum Master
  • Scrum Product Owner
  • Scrum Developer

Each course includes an exam.

Description

This bundle covers the following topics:

Scrum Master

Module 1: Introduction to Lean, Agile, and Scrum

  • What is Agile?
  • The Origin of Agile
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • The Values of Agile
  • Scrum Overview
  • The History of Scrum
  • The Differences between Agile and Scrum
  • Agile Project Testing Principles
  • The Focus of Lean
  • The Origins of Lean
  • Lean in a Nutshell
  • The Lean Temple
  • The Lean Principles
  • Lean vs Agile

Module 2: Overview of Scrum

  • Key Features of Agile
  • Key Features of Scrum
  • Sprints
  • The Deming Cycle
  • Attributes of Scrum
  • Key Activities
  • Quality and its Importance
  • A Kaizen Mindset
  • Incorporating Kaizen

Module 3: Scrum Artefacts

  • Product Backlog
  • Resource Requirements
  • User Stories
  • INVEST
  • Burndown Charts and Scrum Boards

Module 4: Sprints and the Scrum Framework

  • Sprints
  • Sprint Planning
  • What is MoSCoW
  • The MoSCoW Rules
  • Managing the Sprint Backlog
  • Tracking Progress
  • The Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Cancelling a Sprint

Module 5: Roles and Responsibilities

  • Roles and Responsibilities in Scrum
  • Product Owner
  • The Development Team

Module 6: The Scrum Master

  • Scrum Master Overview
  • Scrum Master and the Product Owner
  • Scrum Master and the Development Team
  • Scrum Master and the Organisation

Module 7: Facilitation, Coaching, and Servant Leadership

  • Servant Leadership
  • Servant Leadership and the Scrum Master
  • Developing Cohesiveness
  • Group Loyalty and Trust
  • Group Communication
  • Belbin Types and Roles
  • Team Development
  • Tackling the Learning Dip
  • Handling Difficult People and Situations
  • Managing Conflict and Moving Forward
  • Dealing with Someone Else’s Emotions
  • Presenting Clear Messages
  • Written Communication
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Motivation
  • The Humanistic Approach
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Module 8: Collaborate Decision Making

  • Decision-Making Theories
  • The Decision-Making Process
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Group Problem Solving and Decision Making
  • Questioning Techniques
  • Inclusive Decision Making (Weighting, Criteria, Pugh Matrix)
  • Priority Tasks

Module 9: Scaling and Adaptation

  • Scaling for Projects
  • Dealing with Change
  • Dealing with Risk
  • Monitoring a Project
  • Choosing the Right Metrics
  • Process Measurement Points
  • Criteria for Good Measures
  • Value Streams
  • Building a VSM
  • Scaled Scrum and Practices
  • Descaling
  • Scrumble

Scrum Product Owner

  • Introduction to Scrum Product Owner and Product Ownership
  • Principles, Definitions, and Terminology of Scrum
  • Product Owner Roles, Objectives, Backlog Items, Vision, and Roadmap
  • Scrum Framework, Traditional Roles and Teamwork, Development Team Roles
  • Third Party Contractual Relationships
  • Scrum Meeting and Scrum Boards Overview
  • Project Scope
  • Sprints, Increments, and Releases
  • Product Business Model and Market Analysis
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Scrum Master Roles
  • The Sprint Backlog and the Sprint Retrospective
  • Requirements Techniques
  • Velocity Progress Tracking and Forecasting
  • Release Management and Planning Estimating
  • Kano Analysis
  • Progress Tracking and Burn Down Charts
  • The Product Vision and Backlog
  • The Daily Scrum Meeting and the Sprint Review Meeting
  • Acceptance Criteria and Testing
  • User Stories
  • Multiple and Distributed Scrum Teams
  • MoSCoW method

Scrum Developer

  • Introduction to Scrum Developer
  • Key Concepts
  • Terminology and Definitions
  • the Scrum Framework
  • Lifecycle Management
  • Lifecycle Management Implementation
  • Scrum Development Skills
  • The Product Backlog
  • Agile Testing
  • Emerging Architectures
  • Quality Codes
  • Scrum Challenges
  • Scrum Methodologies
  • Lifecycle Management
  • Scrum Challenges

Who is this course for?

Anybody looking to to gain Scrum certifications.

Requirements

There are no prerequisites to study.

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