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DEADLINE EXTENDED

Application deadline extended

DURATION

5 Weeks

PROGRAM FEES

$4000 Flexible payment available
Special group enrollment pricing

Program Description

Scrum Developer Certified (SDCTM) is an entry level certification for Scrum Team members and those who interact with any Scrum Team. The objective of this certification is to ensure that Scrum Team members know enough about Scrum to effectively contribute to a Scrum project. The courseware and preparation tools required for the certification exam will be available online on SCRUMstudy.com. An online proctored exam will be conducted at the end of the course.

Why should you take this course?

This is highly recommended for everyone in a company who works in a Scrum Team or anyone who interacts with any Scrum Team. This will also be very useful for those who are interested in understanding the basics of Scrum and how this method could be used .

Who Is This Program For?

Chapter 1: Introduction

  •   Scrum Overview

  •   Scrum Principles

  •   Scrum Aspects

  •   Scrum Processes

  •   Scrum Summary

  •   Scrum Advantages

    Chapter 2: Organization

 Core Roles
o Core Role: Product Owner

o Core Role: Scrum Master

o Core Role: Scrum Team  Non-core Roles

Chapter 3: Business Justification

  •   Responsibilities of Scrum Roles in Business Justification

  •   Factors used to Determine Business Justification

  •   Business Justification Evaluation Techniques

  •   Tools for Planning Value

  •   Continuous Value Justification

  •   Summary of Responsibilities

    Chapter 4: Quality

  •   Quality Defined

  •   Acceptance Criteria and the Prioritized Product Backlog

  •   Quality Management in Scrum

  •   Quality Planning

  •   Continuous Integration and Sustainable Pace

  •   Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  •   Summary of Responsibilities

    Chapter 5: Change

  •   Unapproved and Approved Change Requests

  •   Change in Scrum

  •   Balancing Flexibility and Stability

  •   Achieving Flexibility

    •   Changes to a Sprint

    •   Impact of Expected Change on the Length of Sprint

    •   Managing Changes through Prioritized Product Backlog Grooming

    •   Managing Changes During Demonstrate and Validate Sprint

      Chapter 6: Risk

    •   What is Risk?

    •   Risks and Issues

    •   Risk Management Procedure

    •   Risk Identification

    •   Risk Assessment

    •   Risk Assessment Techniques:

    •   Risk Mitigation

    •   Risk Communication

    •   Minimizing Risks through Scrum

    •   Summary of Responsibilities

      Chapter 7: Introduction to Scrum Project Phases59 Chapter 8: Initiate Phase

    •   Process 1: Create Project Vision

    •   Process 2: Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholder(s)

    •   Process 3: Form Scrum Team

    •   Process 4: Develop Epic(s)

    •   Process 5: Create Prioritized Product Backlog

    •   Process 6: Conduct Release Planning

      Chapter 9: Plan and Estimate Phase

    •   Process 1: Create User Stories

    •   Process 2: Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories

    •   Process 3: Create Tasks

    •   Process 4: Estimate Tasks

    •   Process 5: Create Sprint Backlog

      Chapter 10: Implement Phase

    •   Process 1: Create Deliverables

    •   Process 2: Conduct Daily Standup

    •   Process 3: Groom Prioritized Product Backlog

      Chapter 11: Review and Retrospect Phase

    •   Process 1: Convene Scrum of Scrums

    •   Process 2: Demonstrate and Validate Sprint

    •   Process 3: Retrospect Sprint

    • Chapter 12: Release Phase

      •   Process 1: Ship Deliverables

      •   Process 2: Retrospect Project Chapter 13: Scaling Scrum

      •   Scalability of Scrum

      •   Transition to Scrum

      •   Resistance to Change

      •   Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum

      •   Importance of Executive Support

Program Modules

Scrum Developer (SDCTM): Scrum Developer (SDCTM)

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