In this 11-video course, you will explore foundations of the Scrum software project management methodology, and how an organization can make the transition to Scrum. Learners will explore the effectiveness of the Scrum methodology in transforming the developmental process. First, examine how Scrum, an iterative development process, can accommodate changes in scope. Then learn about several benefits of Scrum, including the leveraging of automation, and how incremental changes from one iteration to the next improves quality. You will examine the Scrum framework, an iterative process which focuses heavily on team collaboration. Next, you will learn the three key Scrum roles: product owner, Scrum master, and the Scrum team. Then examine the three key artifacts in Scrum: the product backlog, the product requirements, and the sprint backlog. This course discusses the five Scrum activities: the sprint, sprint planning, sprint review, daily Scrum, and the sprint retrospective. Finally, you will learn tips for introducing Scrum to an organization, and how to describe a Scrum and Agile methodology.
Scrum Foundations: Transitioning to Scrum