What You Will Learn :
- How manufacturing has influenced software development
- The origins of agile thinking
- Self-management concepts
- Being a servant leader beyond the development team
- While no experience is necessary, attendees should have some familiarity with Scrum.
It’s difficult to set project expectations when you have requirements that are unclear or always changing. Even projects that are meticulously planned out can be plagued by change; changing market conditions, reduced budgets, restructures or anything that disrupts the delivery of value to your customers. Scrum is an agile framework that relies on team collaboration to deliver usable products faster and with less waste.
Beginning with the history of agile development and moving through the different Scrum disciplines, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Scrum methodology while focusing on the role and responsibilities of a ScrumMaster.
Who is this course for?
Those practicing or looking to practice the art of the ScrumMaster as well as anyone involved in Scrum (managers, team members, product managers, etc.).