Scrum training: Introduction to Scrum
Need Scrum training?
Scrum has become the standard way of creating software and is being applied outside IT as well. But if you are not familiar with Scrum, how do you get started? This introductionary Scrum training will teach you not only the basic process and roles, but will give you also invaluable practical information on how start with Scrum in your team.
The language for this Scrum training will be Dutch or English (depending on the participants).
This Scrum training includes coffee/tea, lunch and training materials.
The learning goals for the Introduction to Scrum training:
- To be able to actively participate in a Scrum team.
- Understand the main principles behind Scrum so you can make Scrum work for you.
After this one-day training, you will be well equiped to start in any of the three Scrum roles.
The Introduction to Scrum training is meant for anyone that is looking for in introduction in the Scrum framework, either preparing to take an active role (Development Team Member, Scrum Master or Product Owner) or being better prepared to interact with a Scrum team (as manager, stakeholder etc).
Introduction to Scrum program
09:100-11:00 Introduction and the history of Agile
11:00-12:00 Scrum Roles
The three roles within the Scrum Framework:
- Scrum Master
- Product Owner
- Development Team member
13:00-14:00 The Scrum Process and Events
The Scrum Events and how they work together:
14:00-15:00 The Scrum ‘artifacts’
Topics such as the Product Backlog, user stories and much more
15:00-17:00 Practical details, best practices and Q&A
17:00 Training ends
Next planned dates for Introduction to Scrum:
Location to be announed (will be in Amsterdam).
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