Understanding Scrum requires a clear understanding of the events and their purpose. This course will introduce you to the five events and outline their purpose. It also connects the Scrum events with the pillars of empiricism.
Scrum Events are used to create regularity and minimize the need for meetings not defined in Scrum. In this course, Introducing Scrum Events, you will learn to understand the events and their purpose. First, you will discover the what and why of the Sprint. Next, you will learn the what and why of the remaining events that exist inside a Sprint. Finally, you will explore how to connect the Scrum events with the pillars of empiricism. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Scrum events needed to understand their implementation and purpose.
Course Overview Hello. This is Derek Davidson here. Welcome to my course. Introducing the Scrum Events. I'm an independent professional Scrum trainer licensed by Scrum.org to deliver the Professional Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Scrum Foundations courses, as well as the Professional Scrum with Kanban and Scaled Professional Scrum courses. Scrum is the world's most widely used agile framework. According to the 2019 State of Agile report from CollabNet, more than half of all agile implementations worldwide use Scrum. In this course, we're going to focus on the Scrum events. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include the following: Not only will you get a thorough grounding in the events themselves, but myths are also busted. Firstly, the Scrum sprint and why it's limited to one month in length. Next, the daily Scrum, the events the Scrum master doesn't have to attend. The sprint review follows, the event that stakeholders love. And finally, the sprint retrospective, the accelerator in Scrum. By the end of this course, you'll know what all the Scrum events are and, more importantly, why they exist. Before beginning the course, you'll benefit from having viewed my Introducing Professional Scrum and Introducing Scrum Roles courses. I look forward to you joining me on this new course from me, Derek Davidson.