Skip to 0 minutes and 1 second SPEAKER: Stuck in Scrum? Get unstuck today. Discover the world of project management with the Beginner’s Guide to Scrum Project Management in just two weeks. Scrum expert, Mauricio Rubio Parra from AgileKB Ureducation, guides you in sharpening your Scrum skills. The aim of this course is to help you compare Scrum to Waterfall, explain the pillars and values of Scrum, describe different Scrum roles and rituals, discuss colocation and velocity, use Trello as a Kanban board, describe a minimum viable product. Learn all of this wherever and whenever you want. Step into your future with the Beginner’s Guide to Scrum Project Management from Packt and FutureLearn.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Scrum Project Management
Deliver efficient project management as part of a Scrum team
The Scrum framework demonstrates an iterative approach to problem-solving and delivering customer value. It’s known for its speed, simplicity, and adaptability.
On this course, you’ll be guided through the basics of Scrum project management, learning the key terminology and applications used within the framework.
With this knowledge, you’ll be able to adapt your current work processes and integrate Scrum methods to improve product development delivery and efficiency across processes.
Explore the difference between Scrum and Waterfall project management
Traditional project management methods rely on structured, sequential execution and often, as a result, hit bottlenecks and problems when needs change.
You’ll learn the advantages of a Scrum approach to product delivery, examining the impact of collaborative, cyclic, and adaptive processes.
Using this framework, you can assess the benefits of adopting Scrum within your own organisation, identifying areas where Agile working would be most effective.
Learn the applications of key terminology, from Scrum artifacts to retrospectives
Scrum uses unique terminology to describe its framework, most of which may be unfamiliar to those new to Scrum.
You’ll examine core terms and learn how each fits into the Scrum ritual. You’ll then investigate real-world examples of Agile working, giving you a sense of Scrum in action.
Discover the roles within a Scrum team from product owner to Scrum Master
Scrum teams have cross-functional skills and are able to effectively self-manage.
You’ll be introduced to the roles within a Scrum team and learn their contribution to efficient project management.
By the end of this course, you’ll understand the Scrum framework and its impact, both on the efficiency of product delivery and team wellbeing.
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Explore the origins of Scrum.
- Compare Scrum to Waterfall.
- Explain the pillars, values, and aspects of Scrum.
- Describe different Scrum roles.
- Identify Scrum rituals.
- Discuss colocation and velocity.
- Practice using Trello as Kanban board.
- Describe the characteristics of a Minimum Viable Product.
Who is the course for?
This course is for project managers, software developers and anyone who works within a product delivery team.
It is particularly suited to team leaders and those who want to further their understanding of Agile methodology and how to implement it within different contexts.
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