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Introduction

The objective of the course is for students to perfect the knowledge and application of the techniques necessary to perform the role of Scrum Master. In addition, they will learn new techniques that will help them overcome the situations that may be found in their daily work applying the Scrum framework within the Lean-Agile philosophy.

Objectives

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Know the basics and principles of Agile.
  • Plan and manage projects using Scrum.
  • Apply Scrum to create effective development teams.
  • Understand the new way of working that Scrum entails and its application in the day-to-day.
  • Prepare, manage, and/or participate in the iterative cycles defined by Scrum.
  • Use techniques and tools to tackle management using Scrum
  • Apply Kanban techniques for visual work management

Student Profile

Project managers, business analysts, and developers who want to introduce themselves to the new management methodologies for agile software development.

Prerequisites

Attendees need to have practical experience in the field of management.

Course Materials

In order to follow the course, students will receive documentation prepared by Netmind.

Methodology

Engaging and interactive face-to-face course. Our instructors teach all course materials using the demonstrative method; the participants learn new concepts through exercises and real application practices.

Accreditation

Attendance certificate will be issued only to students with an attendance of more than 75%, and diploma will be issued to students who pass the evaluation test.

Certification

There isn’t an official certification associated with this course. However, students will earn 21 credit hours for their attendance.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction
    1. Agile Manifiesto
    2. Agile Methodologies
    3. Differences with other methodologies
  2. Scrum and Agile Life Cycles
    1. Origin
    2. Roles y responsibilities
    3. Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment
    4. Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, Daily Scrum
    5. Definition of Done
    6. Scrum in Agile projects
    7. Product & Project Vision
    8. User Stories
    9. Story Mapping
    10. Prioritization techniques
    11. Estimation techniques
  3. Kanban
    1. Visual Management
    2. Kanban Boards
    3. Combining Scrum and Kanban
    4. WIP: Limiting work in progress
    5. Pull vs. Push

Public Classes

Currently, we don't have any public sessions of this course scheduled. Please let us know if you are interested in adding a session.

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Course Details

Reference

JJM 120

Duration

3 days

Delivery Mode

Face-to-Face
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