- Vision and course description
- Why Scrum
- Rules of Scrum
- Spirit of Scrum
- Tools and Framework artifacts
- Practical exercises for teamwork
- Emphasis on topics chosen by the participants
I can say that the course exceeded my expectations, I found it very useful as an introduction to Agile world and highlight several interesting concepts.
- The “Organic Development” proposes delivering value at each iteration, working all areas necessary to achieve.
- “Lean” and the uncomfortable position to reveal and eliminate fat continuously, understanding fat as anything that interferes with the speedy and safe delivery of value.
- “No Silver Bullet” talks about the difference between accidental complexity and essential complexity, while promoting organic growth through incremental development software.
- The model of “Relese Managment” as a healthy alternative to the model based on strict control.
- “Surfing the Chaos” is a competitive advantage when it comes to be more flexible and have greater potential to generate innovative solutions.
- “Self-Managed Teams” based on trust and collective knowledge, also requires a high commitment from each member.
- “Kaizen” is the representation of the small improvement, which when practiced regularly provoke the “Kaikaku”, a word that symbolizes the radical improvement.
- “Love Mondays” so we must do what we love, work that way will not be an obligation, but rather enjoyable.
- “Scrum is an unattainable goal” means that we will always have capacity for improvement, and always have something more to learn…
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