This course explores the Scrum concept, the meaning of business value, and why it is important to prioritize product backlogs to maximize business value. In 14 videos, learners examine techniques for assigning priorities to product backlogs while comparing Agile estimation models and traditional methods. First, examine data analysis metrics and Scrum data analysis metrics to increase value. You will then examine several Agile estimation methods for measuring business value, including the ordering method, bucket system, dot voting, bubble sort, planning poker, breaking an analysis, and cost of delay. The course continues by examining the triangle of business value metrics: schedule, costs, and quality; and the Scrum productivity business value metrics: project, process, and quality. Then examine how to manage stakeholders collectively, get their buy-in, get them to collaborate, and to collaborate with them to increase the value for them. Finally, you will learn to use Keno attributes and the MoSCoW method (must-haves, should-haves, could-haves, and will not have) ordering techniques to determine business value, and best practices for tracking and reporting Scrum business value.