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Scrum Bootcamp

A 1-day intimate, hands-on experience of the entire SCRUM process

“Scrum makes visible the dysfunctions and waste that prevent organizations from reaching their true potental"

― Kenneth S. Rubin,Essential Scrum: A Practical Guide to the Most Popular Agile Process


SCRUM is Human

Scrum is a way for teams to work together to develop a product. Product development, using Scrum, occurs in small pieces, with each piece building upon previously created pieces. Building products one small piece at a time encourages creativity and enables teams to respond to feedback and change, to build exactly and only what is needed.

However, Scrum is much more than a simple framework. Scrum supports our need to be human at work: to belong, to learn, to do, to create and be creative, to grow, to improve, and to interact with other people. In other words, Scrum leverages the innate traits and characteristics in people to allow them to do great things together

The Bootcamp delivery models an Agile Scrum project and includes activities that further reinforce Agile methodologies and Scrum practices. Daily Scrums, Demonstrations and Retrospectives are integrated regularly in the course activities throughout the day.

Agile Principles

  • Define iterative and incremental development
  • Dispel Myths
  • Activity
  • Agile Principles in Action

Scrum Practice

  • Describe Scrum
  • Scrum rhythm and cadence
  • Scrum roles and responsibilities
  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Team
  • Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and User Stories
  • Define the work to be completed
  • Identify when the work is done

Scrum Requirements

  • Identify and write effective User Stories
  • How Sprint requirements evolve
  • How project requirements evolve
  • Create User Stories
  • Split large items of work into small ones

Scrum Project Initiation

  • Get started
  • Create the first iteration of the Scrum Product Backlog

    Scrum Estimation and Prioritisation
  • Scrum estimation introduction
  • Variations of Agile Scrum estimation
  • Prioritizing
  • Define “done”
  • Release plans
  • Activity
  • Release Planning, “just enough"

Sprint Planning

  • Prioritize
  • Define Sprint Goals
  • Estimate Size of User Stories
  • Commit to the work for the Sprint
  • Define tasks
  • Activity
  • Grooming User Stories
  • Estimating with Planning Poker
  • Determine Scrum team capacity
  • Derive duration

Execute a Sprint

  • Facilitate the Daily Scrum
  • Manage Sprint scope
  • Track Sprint status
  • Identify Sprint problems
  • ActivitySimulate a Sprint
  • Work with the Task Board
  • Produce and interpret the Burn Down Chart
  • Address uncertainty

Re-planning

  • Activity
  • Identify what was learned from Sprint
  • Extract actuals
  • Leverage Velocity
  • Adjust Release Plan, Product Backlog accordingly

Close a Scrum Sprint

  • Sprint Showcase/Demo
  • Sprint retrospective
  • Reporting Sprint results
  • Updating the Scrum Product Backlog
  • Close the Sprint

Close the Scrum Project

Testimonials

“A really good bootcamp on SCRUM! The bootcamp replicated a real world SCRUM team and everything, including breaks, was being time-boxed to help reinforce agile concepts and ideas”

— Bala Thavarajah, Chief Technology Officer at Bluedot Innovation

“I highly recommend this course[2-day SCRUM Bootcamp] for any team looking into implementing Scrum.”

— Alex Ilievski, Chief Technology Officer at MyGuestList


"As a growing team at b2cloud, we decided to approach Collective Campus to realign our teams mission and vision of agile and scrum. The result was a great bootcamp session with plenty of information, examples, exercises and thoughtful conversations. I found the experience really helpful and we look forward to implementing a lot of our learnings in our process. I would recommend Collective Campus to teams who need to create change, innovate and realign their scrum mindset." 

- Mac Korasani, B2Cloud

Instructors

Steve Glaveski

WHAT's NEXT?

LOCATION
Collective Campus

1/20 Queen St, Melbourne 3000

SCHEDULE
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 2 March 2016

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