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1. Title

  • A Comprehensive Introduction to SCRUM: Practical Strategies for Agile Success (SCRUMT, 3 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous experience in a software development environment

3. Target Audience

  • Business and IT professionals who want to familiarize themselves with the terminology, concepts and the practical consideration of SCRUM adoption.

4. Dates and Pricing


2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $2,350.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: Moving from Traditional to Agile

Topic 1: Overview of Agile Methods and Flavors: Lean, MSF Agile, XP, SCRUM, etc…

Topic 2: The Traditional Approach: The Waterfall Method

Topic 3: Why Waterfall doesn’t work in Modern Software Development

Topic 4: Considering RUP: Moving towards Iterations

Topic 5: Taking it one Step Further: Agile Software Development

Topic 6: About Traditional Project Management: PMI and Prince2

Topic 7: Agile Project Management with SCRUM

Topic 8: The Key Benefits of Agile and SCRUM

Topic 9: Making Agile work in a Traditional Organization

Module 2: The Agile Process: The Team and the Product Backlog

Topic 1: Understanding and Assigning SCRUM Roles: Product Owner, SCRUM Master and the Development Team

Topic 2: The Role of the Business Case

Topic 3: The Role of the Product Backlog

Topic 4: Understanding Product Backlog Items (PBIs): Determining Requirements

Topic 5: Understanding PBI Types: Epic, Feature and Sprintable PBI

Topic 6: Understanding the Evolution of a PBI Through Time and Across Sprints

Topic 7: The Product Owner: Product Backlog Ownership and Accountability

Topic 8: The Critical Importance of Continuous Stakeholder Communication

Topic 9: Defining Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) Estimates

Module 3: The Agile Process: The Sprint

Topic 1: The Nature of the Sprint: Fixed Timescales for Cadence and Continuity

Topic 2: Roles and Responsibilities of the Product Owner

Topic 3: Roles and Responsibilities of the SCRUM Master

Topic 4: Assembling the Development Team: T-Skills and Self-Organization

Topic 5: Performing the Frist Iteration: Setting up for Environment for Performance

Topic 6: Sprint Planning: Committing to a set of Feasible SPBIs and setting the Definition of Done

Topic 7: Running Daily Scrum Meetings

Topic 8: Coming to an Agreement on Required Effort

Topic 9: Key Considerations for Self-Organizing Teams

Topic 10: Tracking Progress: Sprint Burndown Chart and the Product Burndown Chart

Topic 11: Tracking Progress with a Kanban Board

Topic 12: Conducting a Sprint Review

Topic 13: Conducting a Sprint Retrospective

Topic 14: Transitioning to the next Sprint: Reviewing Estimates and Making Improvements

Topic 15: Best Practices and Common Mistakes

Topic 16: Key Considerations for a Traditional Environment

Module 4: Release Planning

Topic 1: Overview of SCRUM Release Planning

Topic 2: The Nature of a Release Plan: High Level and Less Specific

Topic 3: Creating a Release Plan

Topic 4: Managing Expectations within the Organization

Topic 5: Maintaining a Release Burndown Chart

Topic 6: Managing Product Versions

Module 5: Adopting and Supporting Scrum

Topic 1: Organizational Issues

Topic 2: Teamwork and Team Skills: Communication, Collaboration and Problem Solving

Topic 3: How to Introduce Scrum: Identifying the Project Champion

Topic 4: Managing a Scrum Adoption: Keep it Short and Simple Sweetheart

Topic 5: Optimizing Scrum: Managing Change and Improvements

Topic 6: Scrum Anti-Patterns

Topic 7: Key Mistakes

Module 6: Transition Workshop

Topic 1: A Complete Discussion of SCRUM Adoption within Statistics Canada

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