Discover how to reduce volatility, improve predictability, and manage changing requirements in highly uncertain work environments. In other words, learn the Scrum essentials, its processes and the tools it consists of.
This interactive workshop on the Scrum Essentials offers an introduction to Scrum, an Agile framework. With this framework, which serves as the core of Scrum, you can redesign your entire project approach. So that you can operate in markets with high volatility, disruption and client demands. Scrum offers tools and principles that you need to manage complex projects with a high level of uncertainty and risk involved. It surely helps organizations to define the steps they need to take and to respond adaptively in the execution.
We dive deeper into the core principles of Scrum, whose roots go back to Empiricism. Scrum is an iterative process, with clear focus on optimizing predictability and managing risk. It relies on three pillars: transparency, self-control and responsiveness to changing requirements. So, applying these three core principles, you will better manage risk and deliver projects with a large amount of uncertainty.
This training fits those who have little to no prior knowledge of Agile or Scrum. It offers a practical introduction with tools and cases. So, would you like to be able to manage a project with focus on managing risk and changing requirements? Either due to market changes, disruption, scarcity of job applicants? Then this training is ideal for you, as it offers a practical framework:
- Corporate leaders
- Team leaders
After completing this training you will master tons of skills your team will benefit from. You’ll react fast to market changes and learn how to better manage risk. In fact, you’ll learn:
- What is Scrum (from start to finish)
- What do you need to make Scrum work and get results
- Agile/Scrum Principles put into practice
- Capture requirements in Scrum
- And of course, manage resistance
Find here your schedule for the day:
First of all, we give you overview of Scrum
- Scrum lifecycle – overview
- Scrum versus Waterfall – Iterative/incremental – Hybrid
- The Scrum Flow, step by step
- Key activities
- Agile manifesto in practice
- How it makes the difference in working Agile
Then we explain the Scrum Framework
- Sprint 0: what is it and how does it add value to project delivery?
- Planning negotiations, the definition of ready and done, agreements you have to make
- Roles and responsibilities in Scrum teams: when, how and why
- Ceremonies and how they work
- Epics and User-stories, your project requirements and deliverables, short and sweet
- Retrospectives and how they help your team improve
- Product Backlog, a clear overview of project requirements
Finally, a follow-up on technical implementation
- Tools and methodologies