Certified ScrumDeveloper Track
Srum Implementation Workshop
All courses on the Certified Scrum Developer track are taught by Registered Education Providers. For more information on the curriculum for the CSD credential, visit http://www.scrumalliance.org/pages/certified_scrum_developer.
- This course fulfills the Introductory Scrum requirement on the Certified Scrum Developer track. It is not a CSM course.
- This course fulfills the Scrum elective requirement on the Certified Scrum Developer track.
We believe that the key to a successful Scrum kickoff is a clear and universal understanding of the principals and practices of Scrum on the team. We also believe that while reading about Scrum is a good place to start, the level of understanding that is required to be successful is only achieved by doing Scrum. This workshop puts the participants into a Scrum driven project. The problem domain is one that most participants have never dealt with, thereby creating the opportunity for all participants to learn. When the goals of the Scrum project are presented, the participants know very little about how they will create a workable product in the short time they will have to complete the project. By using agile analysis, agile planning, effort sizing and team work they work together to create a product. Most participants are surprised at the results of their project.
13-14 Dec 2010
Overland Park, KS
Why Adopt Scrum?
Software Development as Knowledge Work
The value of Agile Teams
The business value focus of Scrum
Scrum Process Basics
What kind of projects benefit most from Scrum?
Basic Scrum flow and activities
Scrum Roles and Relationships
Scrum Product Management
Project Tracking and Visibility
Developing User Stories
Business Value Driven Prioritization
Principles and Practices
What is a process and why do we need one?
The role of Lean Software Development in Scrum
Project and Product Vision Creation
From High Level Requirements to Stories and Tasks
Relative Story Sizing
Team Estimation and Commitment
The ScrumMaster Role
How is a ScrumMaster different than a Project Manager?
Team Coaching and Servant Leadership
Developing Trust with the Team
The Role of QA In Scrum
Moving Testing Forward
A Change in Focus for QA
Scrum is Simple, Scrum is Hard
The Promises of Scrum
The Forces Driving and Restraining Scrum
Process Improvement in Scrum
The Sprint and Release Retrospectives
The pursuit of process improvement
Finding and dealing with process impediments
The Scrum Product Owner Role
Creating Product and Product Vision
Product Owner / Team Communication
The Product Owner Responsibility to the Business
Business Value Driven Portfolio Management
Course Hands-On Exercises
Vision Statement Writing
Work Item Sizing
Work Item Prioritization
The Daily Scrum
The Sprint Review
The Sprint Retrospective
The Release Retrospective
Identification of Problem Domain Concepts
Exploring forces driving and restraining Scrum