1 - Agile & Scrum Overview
What is Agile?Why use Agile?The Agile ManifestoPrinciples of the Agile ManifestoAgile MethodsOther Agile MethodsScrum OverviewScrum Summary
2 - Scrum Roles
Scrum RolesThe Product OwnerThe Scrum TeamThe Scrum MasterAdvantages of Cross-functional Teams
3 - Planning in Scrum
Scrum FlowRequirements in ScrumPrioritizing the Product BacklogAdaptive Project ManagementScrum PlanningUser StoriesThe Concept of PersonaAcceptance CriteriaGeneric Done CriteriaCriteria for a Good User StoryEstimationImportance of ValueRisk Burndown GraphicsScrum Board
4 - Sprint Planning
Sprints (from Product Owner’s point of view)Sprint Planning MeetingPlanning GameTask EstimationThe Sprint Backlog
5 - Implementation of Scrum
Daily Stand-up MeetingSprint Review MeetingSprint RetrospectiveMeetingProduct Backlog Grooming
6 - Scrum for Large Projects
Scrum for Large ProjectsThe Chief Product OwnerDistributed teams in ScrumTransition to ScrumMapping Traditional Roles to ScrumMaintaining Stakeholder Involvement
7 - Note
SCRUMstudy has authored the SBOK™ Guide as a comprehensive guide to deliver successful projects using Scrum. SCRUMstudy works through its large global partner network of Authorized Training Providers (A.T.P.s) to deliver trainings and certifications. New Horizons is a proud Authorized Training Provider of SCRUMstudy.
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Who is it For?
This certification is for anyone who interfaces with stakeholders or works as a Product Owner in a Scrum Team.