What You’ll Learn
Scrum is the basis of most agile implementations. The extent of how much Scrum to employ and how strictly the framework is adhered to varies from organization to organization, and even from team to team. Scrum teams are important to changing an organization’s culture and mindset because they:
- Utilize self-organization
- Promote team and collaborative work
- Work in a cross-functional, multi-disciplinary structure
- Can more effectively align with customer needs and priorities
- Have the authority to continuously improve the quality of a product or service
Who This Course Is For:
- Project Managers
- Associate / Assistant Project Managers
- Team Leads / Team Manager
- Project Executives / Project Engineers
- Software Developers
Participants should have basic knowledge of project management and be familiar with the philosophy of agile work.
The Scrum framework embraces the fact that the team needs to execute the parts well to make a functional whole. When used right, a Scrum framework enables a team to visualize how plans may work, to try them out, to reflect on the results, and to make changes, if required.
Scrum framework is not a methodology; rather it is an empirical process that enables the Scrum team to discover and learn by themselves. It focuses on helping people become competent enough to deal with uncertainties and complex problems.
The Scrum framework has mostly been employed by software developers for product development and has proven itself to be a robust and reliable Agile project management methodology.
Delivery Format: Virtual Learning Duration 2 Days