Who should attend?
The primary audience for this class is Scrum Masters, Team Leaders, Managers, Product Owners, Developers, or anyone interested in how Scrum Teams develop products and deliver value. Despite the name of the class, it is not only designed for Scrum Masters.
There is no requirement for any knowledge of product or software delivery prior to participating, nor any experience of being in a Scrum Team.
What is the class?
During this class, you will learn the theory behind the Scrum framework and hear experiences from our trainer about how they’ve applied the principles in practice.
The areas of focus are:
- Empiricism – the evidence-based, decision-making theory that underpins the whole Scrum framework.
- Scrum Values – the five core values that provide the bedrock on which successful, self-managing Scrum Teams are built.
- Self-management – the qualities of good Scrum Teams and how they work together.
- Scrum Team – the three accountabilities and how they work together to produce a Done increment.
- Scrum Events – the opportunities Scrum provides to inspect and adapt, ensuring focus remains on value delivery.
- Artifacts – the transparent articles that are inspected throughout a Sprint and adapted as needed.
We also touch upon a number of other subjects including: Done, facilitation styles, leadership styles, coaching and mentoring, forecasting and release planning, Product value, Product Backlog management, emergent software development, managing technical risk, and continuous quality.