Why should software developers with “more” responsibility in terms of planning and feasibility be more productive, more motivated and happier than with the classic concentration of responsibility on a project manager? Why should it be supposedly possible to create software using Scrum within time & budget that the customer wants to implement just as much? You have heard these or similar statements about Scrum and are toying with the idea of introducing Scrum with your operation. Do you want to know a concise overview of everything Scrum has to offer for your software development process? This seminar will provide an insight into the world of Scrum, from burn down charts to velocity. Find out how hidden (suppressed) resources from development teams can be activated as a result of organizational change (from push to the pull principle). Become familiar with the Scrum roles of Product Owner, Team and Scrum Master as well as the crucial Scrum artifacts product and sprint backlog. Find out how the development process can be efficiently monitored and controlled using the “macro” meetings (Estimation and Sprint Planning, Review and Retrospective Meeting) and “micro” meetings (Daily Scrum Meeting). You will receive a practical introduction to using Scrum in the software development process using clear examples.

  • Duration

    1  day
  • Goal

    • Discover the benefits of Scrum and assess the advantages and disadvantages in relation to your software development process.
    • Gain a great deal of practical knowledge in a very concise training course.
  • Target group

    People with existing project experience who want to get an overview of Scrum.

  • Contents

    Where does Scrum come from?

    • Manifesto for Agile Software Development
    • The SECI model

    Basic principles

    • What are the effects of the “pull principle”?
    • How important is “time boxing” for Scrum?
    • What does “done” mean in the context of Scrum?

    The Sprint

    • Why are no changes permitted within a Sprint?
    • How long should a Sprint (iteration) be?
    • What is the objective of a Sprint?

    Scrum roles and their responsibilities and tasks

    • The Visionary – Product Owner
    • The Doer – Team
    • The Shepherd – Scrum Master

    Scrum meetings

    • The daily level report – Daily Scrum Meeting
    • Software components estimation – Estimation Meeting
    • Strategic and tactical planning – Planning Meeting
    • What the team has achieved – Review Meeting
    • What we can improve – Retrospective Meeting

    Scrum artifacts

    • The aspects of the product backlog
    • How do I write a user story?
    • Task control via sprint backlog
    • Progress monitoring via burn down charts
    • What is an impediment backlog?

    Further topics

    • Efficient estimation methods for a team
    • Is Scrum scalable? How does Scrum work with more than 10 participants?
    • What pitfalls should be considered?
    • What are the responsibilities of the people involved with Scrum?
  • Requirements

    Project experience

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Trivadis, Bernd Rössler, Head of Training

Bernd Rössler

Solution Manager Trivadis Training

DE: +49 (0) 711 90363245
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