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Scrum Alliance Foundations

As more organizations adopt Agile transformation, it’s essential to introduce staff to the benefits of how self-organizing teams deal with complex problems. This is where Scrum Foundations comes in. As an in-house introductory training, this course exposes newcomers to the principles of Scrum, including the ideas, language, and elements of the framework – a perfect first step in one’s Agile journey.

This 1-day course provides an initial overview of Agile, before covering the existing Scrum Foundations Learning Objectives aligned with the most recent Scrum Guide. This is an affordable, scalable, and customizable offering taught by highly skilled instructors who Scrum Alliance has validated.

You can learn more about this introductory Scrum course pilot on the Scrum Alliance website.

Duration
1 day/8 hours of instruction
Public Classroom Pricing

Starting at: $595(USD)

GSA Price: $434.35

Private Group Pricing

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This course has been created to provide participants with:

  • The fundamental knowledge of Scrum and a better understanding of this transformational framework used in industries across the globe
  • The ability to be more prepared for attending a Scrum Alliance certification course (such as the Certified Scrum Master or Certified Scrum Product Owner course).

The course is aimed at those completely new to the principles and practices of Agile and Scrum, including the ideas, language, and elements of the framework. This is the perfect first step in your Agile journey.

After attending this course you will understand:

  • Agile – Mindset, Values, Principles, and Practices
  • Agile – Benefits, when to Be/Do it
  • Scrum Theory – What is Scrum?
  • Scrum Values – Courage, Focus, Commitment, Openness, Respect. Sprints the Heart of Scrum
  • Team Roles – Scrum Master, Product Owner, Development Team, Cross-Functional teams
  • Artifacts – Product Increment, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Definition of Done
  • Events & Acts – Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospectives, Daily Scrum, Product Backlog Refinement
  • Why Scrum – Empirical Process Control, Core Elements

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