Agile – Scrum

Duration: Hours

Training Mode: Online


The four core values of Agile software development as stated by the Agile Manifesto are:
  • individuals and interactions over processes and tools;
  • working software over comprehensive documentation;
  • customer collaboration over contract negotiation; and.
  • responding to change over following a plan.

1.Agile Manifesto and Principles

2.Benefits of Agile Methodology over traditional models

3.Defined and Empirical Processes, How Agile is Empirical?

4.Scrum – Introduction to Framework – Delivery Cycle in One Slide

5.Scrum Values for the Agile team

6.Overview of Scrum Constructs – Roles, Ceremonies, Artifacts

7. Scrum Roles
a. Development Team and Self-Management
b. Scrum Master and Servant Leadership
c. Product Owner and Product Ownership
d. How to Build RACI matrix in Scrum

8. Scrum Artifacts
a. Requirement Hierarchy in Agile – How do collect and manage requirements?
b. The Art of User Story Splitting
c. Requirement Specs to Product Backlog and its characteristics
d. Building Sprint Backlog every iteration
e. Measuring tam progress through Burn Down Chart
f. Measuring value delivery through Burn Up Chart
g. Other Sprint metrics
h. Case study-based exercise

9. Scrum Ceremonies
a. Backlog Refinement and Definition of Ready
b. Sprint Planning and Adaptive Planning
c. Daily Stand Up
d. Sprint Demo and Definition of Done
e. Sprint Retrospective
f. Case study-based exercise

10. Estimation Techniques
a. Relative Estimation
b. Absolute Estimation
c. Exercise
11. Agile and Scrum Myths

12. Agile and Scrum Anti-Patterns

13. Agile and Scrum Adaption Patterns

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Agile is an approach to project management. The word ‘Agile’ represents ‘Rapid’ and ‘Respond To Change’ .The term scrum is borrowed from rugby, where it is a formation of players. The term scrum was chosen by the paper’s authors because it emphasizes teamwork.