Learners can explore best practices for planning and managing in Scrum, an Agile framework for developing, delivering, and sustaining complex products, in this 11-video course. Examine how Scrum project management focuses on communication and collaboration, that teams should deliver often, respond to feedback, and work in short sprints to build incrementally. You will examine the three main Scrum artifacts, the product backlog, the product requirements, and the sprint backlog. Next, you will learn why Scrum planning is in 3-month increments. You will examine building a good Scrum team through forming, storming, norming, and performing stages, and the value of Agile team in product development. Learners will observe several Scrum estimating techniques, including planning poker, the bucket system, and dot voting. Then examine best practices for managing the product backlog. You will examine Scrum tracking practices, and the use of Agile metrics, then examine Scrum reporting and documentation. Finally, this course demonstrates how Scrum Quality Control and Assurance help achieve a quality product.
Scrum Practices: Managing the Scrum Project