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Project Management

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How to use Scrum in real life scenarios

Learn all about Scrum best practices & Prepare for Scrum Certification Exam

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1 hour

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Feb 2021

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What you will learn

How to use Scrum in real life scenarios explained by an experienced Scrum Master

Learn all about Scrum best practices using Question & Answer style format

Your complete practical Scrum Pocket Guide

Shared with you key tips & techniques

Master Scrum Values & Scrum Principles

Prepare for Scrum Certification Exam

Over 35 Exam Questions to practice on to get you ready for Scrum exam

Practical tips & techniques shared to make you an effective Scrum Master


Description

This course has been designed with a focus on providing the fundamentals of Scrum and in an easy and practical manner, making it ideal for people looking to move into Scrum and be a Certified Scrum Master (CSM).


[Exclusive!] For the first time, this Scrum Pocket Guide or Scrum Cheat Sheet from an experienced Scrum Master's perspective who has over 27+ years of experience, will give you:

  • Answers to how to run Scrum Daily Standups to running multiple Scrum Teams

  • A great way to understand and apply Scrum Fundamentals

  • Scrum Pocket Guide or Cheat Sheet - A downloadable PDF file for you to access anytime needed

  • Over 30 Exam Questions for you to try! - Also downloadable PDF file for you to access anytime needed

Here is an example used in the course:

  1. What is the purpose of a Daily Standup?

    1. To allow the Scrum Team to have a touchpoint, preferably early in the day and understand how the team is doing in terms of completing the work undertaken during the current active sprint

    2. It is not an update to the Scrum Master

    3. It has an approach that can be followed but not hard-coded and therefore, can be flexible as do what works for the Scrum Team

  2. During the Sprint Planning, what can the Scrum Master do?

    1. Provide a platform for the Scrum Team to meet and review the user stories getting ready in the next sprint and make sure to:

      1. Have all user stories are complete in terms of Definition of Ready (DOR): description is clear and acceptance criteria makes sense for:

        1. Developers to code and

        2. Testers to test

      2. Estimated (both for coding and testing effort)

      3. Sprint goal is stated

Over 65+ Questions with clear and concise answers to help you understand Scrum !!


You Don't Want to Miss this Opportunity.


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How to use Scrum in real life scenarios
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Content

Welcome to Scrum - Coaches Corner

Scrum Cheat Sheet - Overview

Scrum Cheat Sheet - Course Walkthrough

Scrum Cheat Sheet / Pocket Guide

Scrum Cheat Sheet (1 of 5)

Scrum Cheat Sheet (2 of 5)

Scrum Cheat Sheet (3 of 5)

Scrum Cheat Sheet (4 of 5)

Scrum Cheat Sheet (5 of 5)

Bonus Lecture

Scrum Certification Exam Preparation Questions & Answers

Scrum Certification Exam Preparation Questions & Answers


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Udemy ID

12/10/2020

Course created date

12/17/2020

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