Welcome to Plan and Execute the perfect Sprints in Agile and Scrum Course. Upon completion you will be able to:
- Create effective Product and Sprint plans,
- Map user requirements to developer tasks,
- Apply velocity-driven planning techniques,
- Generate work estimates for software products and much more, all from real-life and my personal experience,
By the end of the course, you will have gained an effective set of techniques to help you plan your next product development and to create a great software product, one that is managed right.
In this course, you will see how I deal with planning in Scrum. There are many other methods and they all perform well with Scrum as well as with other frameworks, methodologies, or in real life.
You will also have 3 individual assignments to do with detailed instructions on how to do it and with guidelines on how to do self-assessment. I’m asking you to do these assignments and believe me, you will collect huge rewards for doing this for yourself.
In this course, we will break down some specific problems and issues for Scrum at Work. I will also provide you with Tips and Best Practices and advice for how to handle the planning in Agile and Scrum, whether you are a Scrum Master or Product Owner, or developer.
- Course introduction
- Introduction to Planning
- Uncertainty Space
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Estimates, Targets, and Commitments
- ASSIGNMENT No 1.
- Story points
- Challenges in Story Point Estimation
- Velocity Estimates
- Timeboxing in Scrum
- Release Planning in Agile and Scrum
- Handling risks
- ASSIGNMENT No 2.
- Estimating Task Duration (PART 1)
- Estimating Task Duration (PART 2)
- Task dependencies
- Critical Path Method chart or CPM Chart
- Sprint Planning in Agile and Scrum
- ASSIGNMENT No 3.
- Final words
Are you ready? Let’s dive in.
Who this course is for:
- Product Owners
- Scrum Product Owners
- Scrum Masters
- Scrum Practitioners
- Scrum teams
- Scrum students
- Agile Practitioners
- Agile Coaches
- People who got their first job as a Product Owner and don’t know where to start
- People who want to learn quickly about Agile and Scrum planning