agile42 eLearning Course
This course is designed to help you understand what the elements of the Scrum framework are and why Scrum works only in its entirety. Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems. Scrum is simple to understand, but difficult to master.
Yet another awesome piece of education. Even if in an online self-paced format, agile42 teaching approach is always among the best and most engaging ever.
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Describe how the values of Scrum are present in all elements of the Scrum framework
- List at least three accountabilities of the Developers, the Product Owner and the Scrum Master
- Explain how the Scrum Events enable inspection and adaptation
- Define the three Scrum Artifacts and their related Commitments
The course is designed for anyone new to agile and Scrum: engineers, business analysts, project managers, leaders or anyone else who is intrigued to know more about the Scrum framework and do it in their own time and at their own pace. Scrum is applicable across industries and potentially cross-functional teams - so even marketing specialists, data scientists, HR representatives, and other professionals looking for a better way to solve complex problems are encouraged to take the course.
- Scrum overview
- The Scrum Values
- The Scrum Team
- The Scrum Events
- The Scrum Artifacts and Commitments
Package: Agile & Scrum Foundations
- 2 Courses: Scrum & Agile Foundations
- Lessons: 18+ interactive lessons
- Duration: 4-6 hours
- Discount: If you would like to purchase this course for a team, please contact us.
Background on Scrum
Scrum is by far the most widely used and popular agile framework.
The term Scrum comes from a 1986 Harvard Business Review article in which the authors, two japanese engineers Takeuchi and Nonaka, made an analogy comparing high-performing, cross-functional teams to the scrum formation used by rugby teams.
Although Scrum has its roots in software development, today it is a lightweight framework that is used in every industry to deliver complex, innovative products and services, from startups to big corporations. So anybody who is involved in a complex project can benefit from using Scrum.
Scrum has been used since the early 1990s: it’s a solid and successful framework that’s been applied to a variety of projects and teams and will most probably be able to help you, your team and your company achieve your business goals as well.