- To gain extensive competence over the empirical approach with Scrum, which is the most widespread management framework used by agile organizations worldwide
- To thoroughly understand Scrum via first-hand experience
- To gain sufficient knowledge to be able to implement Scrum after the training
- To become prepared for PSM-I certificate exam
- What is Agile?
- What is Scrum? What is its standing within Agile?
- Brief history of Scrum
- Fundamentals of Scrum
- What are the roles in Scrum?
- What does self-management mean? How does it function? What are its benefits?
- Who is the Product Owner? What are the “must-have” qualifications of a good Product Owner?
- Does the Product Owner only describe tasks or create value?
- How is the release decision taken?
- Why is a Scrum Master necessary?
- Who should be the Scrum Master within the team?
- Who are the members of the Development Team?
- How is experimentation put into action through outputs?
- What is Product Backlog? How should it be?
- How is the customer-oriented approach enhanced through user story format?
- How is Sprint Backlog created?
- Why is it important to create a Sprint Goal?
- How are the tasks distributed by the team?
- Which qualifications should be sought in Increment?
- What does iterative-incremental approach mean?
- What is the use of sprint cycles?
- Why is Sprint Planning meeting held?
- How do daily Scrum meetings function?
- How is feedback received at Sprint review meetings?
- What is the relation of Sprint Retrospective meetings with continuous improvement?
- Who may participate in the meetings? How long can it take?
- In which cases can the sprint be cancelled?
- How is the predictability increased through estimation?
- Story points and estimation techniques
- How is the Sprint Burndown Chart created?
- How is the velocity of the team calculated?
Thanks to entertaining and informative practical exercises, we learned methods of increasing productivity and working in a more agile way that we can implement successfully.
The training offered current information flow with a training structure that used practical exercises, the ability to adapt the outputs of the training to business life, high energy and all the information required for gaining knowledge on the fundamentals of the topic.
Scrum has become more comprehensible in practice through an interactive setting.
Examples both from Turkey and around the world, as well as extra information in addition to Scrum, combined with a training approach backed by practical exercises, enabled us to correct any inaccurate information we had.
I used to think that it wouldn’t be possible to implement Scrum framework but my opinion changed after the training and I think a transition is possible with small steps. It has been quite useful to gain experience on the topics with practical exercises.