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Agile Projects, Scum in practice

Scrum is an Agile-framework that often and successfully gets used for planning, organizing and following up on software development projects. By focusing on collaboration, flexibility and the incremental and iterative delivery of working software, Scrum ensures motivated teams, satisfied customers and profitable projects.

  • Training type

    Virtual Classroom

  • Duration of training

    2 days

  • Available languages
    EN 
  • Training code

    DL267E

What do you learn?

Scrum is an Agile-framework that often and successfully gets used for planning, organizing and following up on software development projects. By focusing on collaboration, flexibility and the incremental and iterative delivery of working software, Scrum ensures motivated teams, satisfied customers and profitable projects.

This training is built as a hands-on experience and prepares you for the future, because it responds to new forms of collaboration in a changing work organization. The training consists of 4 half days of lessons through a virtual classroom.

Target group

Anyone involved in software development and interested in planning, organizing and managing teams and projects more effectively

Required prior knowledge

No specific prior knowledge is required.
This training can also serve as a basis for the Dutch training 'Agile Product Owner - Scrum voor business (268N)'

Overview of the programme

  • Background of Scrum (Lean, Agile) and siting of the method
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Values and principles behind Scrum
  • The Scrum process (roles, meetings, documents, ...)
  • Managing, estimating and prioritizing requirements
  • Prioritizing, planning, follow-up, forecasting and reporting of projects (budget, scope, time, quality): principles. This is discussed in more detail in the training 'Agile Product Owner -Scrum for business (268N).
  • Supporting and motivating a self-organizing team
  • Creating and maintaining a "continuous improvement" cycle (optional)
  • How to introduce Scrum in your organization (optional)
  • Success factors for Scrum projects (optional)