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Scrum Basics

Scrum Basics course has been specifically curated to help you gain an in-depth basic understanding of the Scrum framework.

Attain a solid understanding of core Scrum framework concepts, including roles, events, artifacts, and the Scrum process.

Gain insight into the crucial role of the Scrum Master and effective management of the Scrum Backlog.

Acquire a comprehensive understanding of fundamental Scrum principles.


Duration : 4 hrs

Time: 9 am - 5 pm in all time zones

$ 500

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The Scrum Basics course delivers a thorough introduction to core Scrum framework concepts, encompassing Scrum Roles, Scrum Events, Scrum Artifacts, and the Scrum Management Process. . This workshop is tailored for the foundational understanding, participants explore key Scrum elements, including the vital role of the Scrum Master and the dynamic Scrum Backlog. . Crafted to instill a comprehensive understanding of Scrum fundamentals, the course emphasizes the BASICS OF SCRUM IN AGILE and the comprehensive Scrum Methodology in a concise and accessible format.

What is Scrum?

A Scrum Framework comprise a Scrum Team with a Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Developers, each with distinct responsibilities. The Scrum framework engages in five activities and produces three key products. The team's dynamic collaboration is fundamental to the iterative and customer-centric nature of the agile process.

  • Definition of Scrum

  • Difference between Agile and Scrum

  • Scrum Adoption

  • Various Scrum Master and Team Certification

Scrum Theory

Scrum uses an empirical method, basing developments on observations of reality rather than predetermined plans. For organizational and business agility, Scrum also emphasizes mindset and cultural change. It encompasses the Scrum Framework, Scrum Roles, Scrum Events, Scrum Artifacts, and the key role of the Scrum Master. The Scrum Backlog and Scrum Management Process play vital roles, contributing to an understanding of What is Scrum, the Scrum Methodology, and the BASICS OF SCRUM IN AGILE.

  • Transparency, Inspection and Adaption

  • Scrum Values

  • Scrum Team - Developers, Product Owner, Scrum Master

Scrum Events

In the landscape of Scrum, the development team, Scrum Master, and Product Owner converge in regular Scrum meetings, orchestrating tasks, discussing ongoing projects, and seeking feedback. A team does not necessarily need to be a Scrum team in order to practice Scrum meetings. Not all agile scrum teams are required to practice all Scrum meetings. These interactions highlight the collaborative dynamics of the Scrum Framework, emphasizing essential Scrum Roles, Scrum Events, and Scrum Artifacts.

  • Sprint

  • Sprint Planning

  • Sprint Review

  • Sprint Retrospective

  • Daily Stand-up

Scrum Artifacts

Agile Scrum Artifacts serve as documents utilized by stakeholders and the Scrum team to articulate the product under construction, the steps involved in its development, and the project's progression.

  • Product Backlog

  • ​Backlog Refinement

  • Sprint Backlog

  • ​Product Increment

  • ​Definition of Done


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Our Proficiency  

We encompass a comprehensive range of expertise, providing 360 guidance in established frameworks to our clients. 

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Our Dedication  

Rather than viewing ourselves merely as a vendor or provider, we see ourselves as dedicated partners in success, actively paving the way for our clients' future achievements.

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