• Agile History and Background
• Scrum origins and the Agile Manifesto
• The 4 values and 12 principles of Agile
• Environments that are best suited to an Agile approach
• Benefits of Agile
• Project constraints in traditional projects versus Agile projects
• Empirical process and how this approach is used to develop a product iteratively and incrementally
• Product Owner – representing the voice of the customer and responsible for return on investment
• Scrum Master – responsible for facilitating and coaching the Scrum Team
• Development Team – self-managing and cross-functional and responsible for delivering ‘Done’ work during the sprint
• Product backlog – a prioritised list of requirements in the form of User Stories
• Sprint backlog – a list of tasks the team will deliver during the sprint
• Sprint Burndown – charts tracking progress during the project or sprint
• Sprint Planning – to plan what will be delivered during the sprint
• Sprint – a period from 1 week to 1 month during which the team produce potentially shippable product
• Daily Scrum – a 15-minute daily meeting for the development team.
• Sprint Review – held at the end of the sprint to show that business what has been achieved
• Sprint Retrospective – held at the end of the sprint for the team to continuously improve
On the last day, you will take a 1-hour exam to confirm your Scrum knowledge.
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