✔️ Agile and Scrum Masterclass help individuals and organizations complete projects faster and more successfully.
✔️ Agile and Scrum Masterclass was developed as a means to create a necessary guide for organizations and project management practitioners who want to implement Scrum.
✔️ Agile and Scrum Masterclass provides detailed overview of Scrum Framework.
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Lesson 1: Product introduction
Lesson 2: Product Goal Introduction (2020)
Lesson 3: Product Vision
Lesson 4: Product Strategy
Lesson 5: Product Roadmap
Lesson 1: Introduction to the three pillars of Empiricism
Lesson 2: Challenges and examples of Empiricism
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Framework
Lesson 2: Scrum team
Lesson 3: The Product Owner
Lesson 4: The Scrum Master
Lesson 5: Changes for the Scrum Masters concerning Scrum Guide 2020
Lesson 6: Developers in Scrum
Lesson 7: Stakeholders
Lesson 1: Scrum Timeboxing and Scrum Events
Lesson 2: The Sprint
Lesson 3: The Sprint Goal
Lesson 4: First Scrum event: Sprint Planning
Lesson 5: Second Scrum event: Daily Scrum
Lesson 6: Third Scrum event: Sprint Review
Lesson 7: Fourth Scrum event: Sprint Retrospective
Lesson 8: Product Backlog refinement
Lesson 9: Introduction to Release Planning
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Themes
Lesson 3: Epics
Lesson 4: User stories
Lesson 5: User Story Mapping
Lesson 6: Tasks
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Artifacts
Lesson 2: Product Backlog
Lesson 3: Sprint Backlog
Lesson 4: Scrum Board - DEMO
Lesson 5: The Increment
Lesson 1: Course INTRO
Lesson 2: What is Burndown Chart in Scrum
Lesson 3: Types of burndown charts
Lesson 4: Work remaining vs Work completed burndown chart
Lesson 5: Adjustable Floor burndown chart
Lesson 6: Creating a Release burndown chart from scratch Step-By-Step Guide
Lesson 7: Assignment
Lesson 8: Online tools for burndown charts - Jira
Lesson 9: Pros, Cons, and Common Burndown Chart Mistakes
Lesson 10: Final words and Congratulations
Lesson 1: Definition of Ready (DoR)
Lesson 2: Definition of Done (DoD)
Lesson 3: Acceptance criteria (AC)
Lesson 1: Introduction to evidence-based management (EBM)
Lesson 2: The benefits of evidence-based management
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Certification
Lesson 2: General details about Scrum.org Certifications
Lesson 3: Tips for all those who want to prepare for the exam on their own
Lesson 4: General details about Scrum Alliance Certifications
Lesson 5: Which Scrum Certification Do I Choose?
Lesson 6: 100 Carefully Selected Questions and Answers for Scrum certification. (+ 106 exam questions and answers for PO & SM)
Lesson 1: You get your first job as a PO - where to start - Introduction
Lesson 2: Where to start building an existing product?
Lesson 3: Where to start if you are going to build a new product from scratch?
Lesson 4: Introduction to the User Requirements Course
Lesson 5: What is a Requirement?
Lesson 6: Requirements Activities
Lesson 7: Eliciting Requirements
Lesson 8: Eliciting Requirements Techniques
Lesson 9: Expressing Requirements
Lesson 10: Prioritizing Requirements
Lesson 11: Analyzing Requirements
Lesson 12: Managing Requirements
Lesson 13: Types of Requirements
Lesson 14: Business Requirement
Lesson 15: Business Rules
Lesson 16: User Requirements
Lesson 17: Functional Requirements
Lesson 18: Information Flow Diagrams or Data Flow Diagrams
Lesson 19: Non-functional Requirements
Lesson 20: External Interfaces
Lesson 21: Development Constraints
Lesson 22: Changing Requirements and Controlling Scope
Lesson 23: What is Scope Creep and How to avoid it?
Lesson 24: Requirements and Design
Lesson 25: Good Questions to Ask Your Clients
Lesson 26: Final Words
Lesson 1: Risk Management in Scrum INTRO
Lesson 2: Types of Project Risks
Lesson 3: Risk Assessment - Likelihood, and Impact
Lesson 4: Risk Strategies, Contingency, Mitigation
Lesson 5: Group Anti-Patterns PART 1 and PART 2
Lesson 6: Individual Anti-Patterns PART 1 and PART 2
Lesson 7: Contingency Plan vs Fallback Plan
Lesson 8: The Risk Assessment Meeting
Lesson 9: Creating a Risk Plan
Lesson 10: Risk monitoring
Lesson 11: FAQ for Risk management
Lesson 12: Final Words and Congratulations
Lesson 1: Introduction to module
Lesson 2: Introduction to Scrum Events
Lesson 3: Why Should You Run A Sprint Planning Meeting?
Lesson 4: How Sprint Planning is Done?
Lesson 5: How to run a Daily Scrum meeting?
Lesson 6: The Daily Scrum Challenges
Lesson 7: How to run a successful Sprint Review Meeting?
Lesson 8: Introduction to Sprint Review Techniques
Lesson 9: How to implement the SOFTWARE WALKTHROUGHS Technique?
Lesson 10: How to implement the SOFTWARE TECHNICAL REVIEW Technique?
Lesson 11: How to implement the SOFTWARE INSPECTIONS Technique?
Lesson 12: The requirements technical review and inspection technique
Lesson 13: Introduction to Retrospectives
Lesson 14: Create a Safe Environment as a common Retrospectives Issue
Lesson 15: Positive Leadership is a common Retrospectives Issue
Lesson 16: Desirable properties of Retrospectives
Lesson 17: How to carry out a successful Sprint Retrospective?
Lesson 18: Introduction to Retrospective Exercises
Lesson 19: Retrospective Exercises – Readying course exercises
Lesson 20: Retrospective Exercises – The Main course exercises
Lesson 21: Retrospective Exercises – Future course exercises
Lesson 22: Tips and Tricks to run better Scrum events – PART 1
Lesson 23: Tips and Tricks to run better Scrum events – PART 2
Lesson 24: Tips and Tricks to run better Scrum events – PART 3
Lesson 25: Final Words
Lesson 1: Introduction to Planning
Lesson 2: Uncertainty Space
Lesson 3: Work Breakdown Structure
Lesson 4: Estimates, Targets, and Commitments
Lesson 5: ASSIGNMENT No 1.
Lesson 6: Story points Estimation
Lesson 7: Challenges in Story Point Estimation
Lesson 8: Velocity Estimates
Lesson 9: Timeboxing in Scrum
Lesson 10: Release Planning
Lesson 11: Handling risks
Lesson 12: ASSIGNMENT No 2.
Lesson 13: Estimating Task Duration (PART 1)
Lesson 14: Estimating Task Duration (PART 2)
Lesson 15: Task dependencies
Lesson 16: Critical Path Method chart or CPM Chart
Lesson 17: Sprint Planning
Lesson 18: ASSIGNMENT No 3.
Lesson 19: Final words
Lesson 1: Introduction to module
Lesson 2: We need evidence of success – A Case Study
Lesson 3: Differences in project management - Agile vs. Waterfall
Lesson 4: Habits from traditional environments you need to watch out for
Lesson 5: Why traditional project management techniques are still so prevalent
Lesson 6: Differences between traditional and agile on how to maintain your teams
Lesson 7: Rewards for traditional Project Managers working with Agile projects
Lesson 8: SIMILARITIES - the Traditional World and the Agile
Lesson 9: Project manager characteristics who is going to be successful with agile
Lesson 10: Productive thinking, advances, and challenges about agile
Lesson 11: The State of Agility - Benefits of organizational Agility
Lesson 12: TIPS to Manage a Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 13: TIPS for transitioning Clients to an Agile Process
Lesson 14: 4 Ways to Ease the Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 15: TIPS to Increase Agility in your organization
Lesson 16: How to Choose the Right Agile Framework
Lesson 17: Conclusion
Lesson 1: Short animated presentation
Lesson 2: Class Project (Now it is your turn)
Lesson 3: All right, we've reached the end of this course. Congratulations!!!
Lesson 4: Why does adding people to the project lead to the extension of its completion?
Lesson 5: What is the result of doing multiple things at once?
Lesson 6: When is the best time to fix the bugs in your product?
Lesson 7: Remove these 4 types of waste to become more productive in Scrum
Lesson 1: Introduction to Agile and Scrum Testing
Lesson 2: Introduction to the Agile Software Development
Lesson 3: Traditional vs. Agile Testing
Lesson 4: What are an agile tester and Management expectations
Lesson 5: The agile testing mindset
Lesson 6: What is Agile Testing and Agile Test Plan
Lesson 7: Agile Testing Strategies
Lesson 8: Agile Metrics
Lesson 9: Agile Testing Quadrant 1
Lesson 10: Agile Testing Quadrant 2
Lesson 11: Agile Testing Quadrant 3
Lesson 12: Agile Testing Quadrant 4
Lesson 13: Important guidelines before you start testing
Lesson 14: Testing Documents and Documentation
Lesson 15: QA challenges with agile software development
Lesson 16: Testing in Scrum
Lesson 17: Test Reporting
Lesson 18: Agile Automation Testing
Lesson 19: How to automate in Agile Methodology
Lesson 20: Risks of Automation in Agile
Lesson 21: Barriers to successful agile adoption by test teams
Lesson 22: Testing Toolkit
Lesson 23: Agile Open-Source Test Tools
Lesson 24: Tips and Tricks for testers
Lesson 25: Agile Testing Interview Questions and Answers
Lesson 26: Agile Testing Conclusion
Lesson 1: INTRO (Practical Case Studies applying Agile and Scrum in Real Life)
Lesson 2: Introduction
Lesson 3: Let’s meet OUR Product Owner
Lesson 4: A day in the Life of the Product Owner
Lesson 5: Let’s meet our Scrum Master
Lesson 6: A day in the life of the Scrum Master
Lesson 7: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 1-Day 1
Lesson 8: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 1-Day 2
Lesson 9: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 1-Day 3
Lesson 10: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 1-Day 6
Lesson 11: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 1-Day 10
Lesson 12: Two-Week Sprint in Real Life - Sprint 2-Day 1
Lesson 13: Release Planning and Initial Product Backlog Refinement
Lesson 14: Tips and Best Practices for Scrum at Work 1 and 2
Lesson 15: Tips and Best Practices for Scrum at Work 3 and 4
Lesson 16: Tips and Best Practices for Scrum at Work 5 and 6
Lesson 17: Tips and Best Practices for Scrum at Work 7 and 8
Lesson 18: Final thoughts
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Hello everyone, my name is Dejan. I am a Master of Computer Science and Information Technologies. Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Agile Coach. I am also a Trainer of trainers and author of this Masterclass.
I have earned 60+ international certificates in different areas of IT. I have 20+ years of IT experience, and 10+ years of experience in Agile project management and Scrum.
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