Agile Scrum is a simple method for managing and completing even the most complex project, even in difficult situations. Based on field experience, Agile scrum is the number one most popular way to deliver projects. It results on time deliveries while preserving high levels of quality.
This course represents a complete, concise, confident overview of Scrum with tips and examples from real-life case studies. It will cover the theory and provide participants with examples of how the theory is used in the industry.
As an agile project manager you are responsible for keeping the team focused on what is most important. You should be be able to prioritize tasks based on their importance.
An agile project manager must also be able to communicate effectively with other teams. Because other teams might be working on different parts of the same project. This can be difficult because agile projects tend to have very short time frames. Thus finding time for communication between teams is challenging.
Development Team Members
Support Team Members
Maintenance Team Members
Service and Sales Team Members
Owner or Team Member of Agile Products
Project Management Office
Research & Development Department
By the end of this course participants will be able to:
Learn "in-depth" how to carry out the scrum methods.
Learn the power of scrum in delivering projects on time.
Learn in-depth how to use agile practices.
Understand Velocity, Capacity Driven Planning, & Velocity Driven Planning.
Be Able to conduct Release Planning.
Stay ahead in Kick-Off Meetings.
Master the practices of Continuous Improvement.
Feel assured in executing scrum projects to a better quality.
Learn how to handle real-world scrum projects.
Understand what a Root Cause Analysis is.
Explain all the Agile Scrum events.
Run an Agile Scrum Project.
This training program combines theoretical and practical approaches. It aims to enhance participants' knowledge of Agile Project Management. This training program will equip participants with the right tools to use when executing projects.
The Scrum Guide
Stakeholders Mapping Tools.
Agile Kanban Board.
Agile Kick-Off Checklist.
The Agile Roadmap.
Agile Softwares List.
User Story Templet.
Burndown Chart Templet.
Velocity Chart Template.
(7) Product Roadmap Templets.
Agile Project Management for Beginners.
Discussing Agile Scrum.
Exploring the SCRUM Guide.
Learning How to kicking-Off a project?
The Root Cause Analysis.
Agile Project Manager Responsibilities.
Agile Scrum Practices
Understanding SCRUM Roles.
Building Product Backlog
Managing Changing Requirments.
Capture Story Points in a Meeting.
Story points Estimations.
Planning the sprints effectively.
Mastering the Release planning.
Plan Average Velocity.
Understanding the Release burnout.
Defining is the Sprint Lifecycle?
Acknowledging is the frozen sprint backlog.
Learning how to Avoid carryovers?
Running The Sprint Retrospective.
Agile Project Management Scrum Step by Step with Examples.
Unlike other Agile Project Management Training Courses, This course will start with the project management fundamentals, and with agile 101 training and it will gear up the level of knowledge and skills to the mastery level.
The course is designed to teach you how to use agile project management practices in your organization. It covers everything from how to organize and prioritize tasks, to how to manage the team and keep them accountable.