This guide provides practical answers for how you can embed Scrum into a broader project lifecycle in an Agile way. Andrew has distilled some tried and tested techniques for Agile Project Management that compliment the Scrum framework and increase chances of success.
The user-centered agile method proposed here aims to mutually integrate two existing methods: user-centered design - as used by ergonomists - and the agile Scrum method - as used by developers. The user testing method is also covered.
In this series of case studies, Scrum co-creator and evangelist Ken Schwaber identifies the real-world lessons--the successes and failures--culled from his years of experience coaching companies in agile project management. Through them, you'll understand how to use Scrum to solve complex problems and drive better results--delivering more valuable software faster.
A thorough introduction to the method as you would practice it in the project room. This step-by-step implementation guide will prepare you to join or even lead a team in visualizing, building, and validating a single component to an enterprise data warehouse.
This course is for project managers, members of a project team, or other stakeholders on a project who want to learn about Scrum and Agile, as well as anyone who doesn’t have any experience with project management approaches but is looking to get started. No prior knowledge of Scrum is required.
This course provides an in-depth overview of Scrum with examples and advice, as well as overviews on Agile practices and user stories. Learn how to write a user story description, acceptance criteria to capture the detail, the purpose of epics and themes in dealing with large or vague requirements, and how to split stories along with the reasons why user stories are favored over traditional methods of capturing requirements. Also includes a concise overview of Kanban, Origin, how to use the Kanban Board, Workflow, Work in Progress Limits, Priority setting, and the Pull System.
Scrum is one of several frameworks adhering to the Agile approach to project management. For those unfamiliar with it, Agile is an approach that breaks big projects down into manageable chunks called iterations, which are then worked on by cross-functional teams. In this track, we explain the basics of Scrum and the key roles needed when using the Scrum method. Learning Objectives Learn the relationship between Agile and Scrum, and where they differ Learn the main principles and roles of the Scrum framework.