What is Scrum?
Scrum is a project management framework for developing complex products and systems. Scrum employs a lean iterative and incremental approach with empirical process control.
Scrum is an agile development methodology. The development is organized in cycles, these cycles are called in Scrum sprints. The length of a Sprint is defined for a project and lasts usually between two and four weeks. During a Sprint the team develops the most important customer requirements from a prioritized list. Thus, the functions are implemented first that have the highest benefits for the customer. At the end of each sprint, the team delivers the potentially shippable product increment and customer requirements can be changed or re-prioritized for the next sprint.
SCILS MANAGEMENT CENTRE, a partner with SCRUMstudy (the global accreditation body for Scrum and Agile certifications), offers a comprehensive certification program with several popular Scrum/Agile credentials. There are no prerequisites for most of the SCRUMstudy certifications, however, it is always helpful to understand the certification hierarchy structure. The diagram below shows you the preferred as well as optional certification to move to the next level.
Training Duration: Week-day [3 days] | Weekends [2 Weekends (Sat. & Sun)].
- SCRUM OVERVIEW
- SCRUM PRINCIPLES
- SCRUM ORGANIZATION
- BUSINESS JUSTIFICATION
- QUALITY IN SCRUM
- CHANGE MANAGEMENT
- RISK MANAGEMENT IN SCRUM
- SCRUM INITIATION
- PLAN AND ESTIMATE
- REVIEW AND RETROSPECT
- AGILE OVERVIEW
With the training, you will be given the following
- SBOK (Scrum Body of knowledge) Book
- Scrum Workbook
- Case study booklet
- Scrum board
- Estimation card
- A complimentary online access to high quality videos.
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SCRUMstudy (SMC) – Scrum Master Certification
SCRUMstudy (SPOC) – Scrum Product Owner Certification
SCRUMstudy (AEC) – Agile Expert Certification
SCRUMstudy Agile Master Certifications (SAMC)