Do you want to improve the ability to develop and deliver systems that meet customers needs?
Are you wondering how and why Scrum works in practice?
Then this half-day training is something for you!
When you have participated in this training, you will have:
- a general understanding what the Scrum framework is
- understand the roles and responsibilities of Scrum
- understand the mechanics of Scrum
Scrum was started by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland ten years prior to the meeting at Snowbird where we and others signed the Agile Manifesto. This manifesto, along with Ken’s first book about Scrum (“Agile Software Development with Scrum”) and the emergence of modern integrated development environments (IDEs), helped Scrum spread like wildfire in the early 2000’s.
Scrum is a simple framework composed of a few principles:
- Divide and conquer
- Inspect and adapt
It is the most commonly used software development framework in the world, due to its practical approach to delivering customer value.
The course will be a practical approach of Scrum, exposing common missteps and misunderstandings creating a higher awareness of the associated symptoms. The course provides prescriptive guidance to avoid going off track and keep Scrum healthy.
The course is mixing theory with discussions and practical exercises.
The course is aimed both at those who want to learn the basics of agile software development with Scrum and for those who want to know how it can be applied in a real development.