Ontwikkel je van Software Project Lead naar Advanced Scrum Master
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Ontwikkel je van Software Project Lead naar Advanced Scrum Master

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Ben jij werkzaam binnen software ontwikkeling en wil jij software projecten in goede banen leiden? Dan is het misschien tijd om jezelf stapsgewijs te gaan ontwikkelen van Software Project Lead naar Advanced Scrum Master. Scrum Masters zijn verantwoordelijk voor het promoten en ondersteunen van Agile Scrum door ervoor te zorgen dat iedereen de Scrum theorie, praktijken, regels en waarden begrijpt. Via dit ontwikkelpad doe jij de vaardigheden op die nodig zijn om van een Software Project Lead naar een gevorderde Scrum Master te gaan.

Wanneer je kiest voor dit ontwikkelpad, krijg jij:

  • toegang tot de trainingen Software Project Lead, Software Product Owner, Scrum Master en Advanced Scrum Master. Daarnaast krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer trainingen, proefexamens, bootcamps, e-books enzovoort.
  • begeleiding van ons Learning & Development team, samen met jou stellen we doelen, maken we een planning en monitoren we je voortgang.

Software Project Lead

In dit onderdeel ligt de focus op de overgang naar Scrum, het beheer van Scrum-projecten, en Lean en Scrum-ontwikkelingspraktijken.

Software Product Owner

Vervolgens kom je meer te weten over Scrum product development.

Scrum Master

In het derde onderdeel ligt de focus op verantwoordelijkheden van Scrum Masters en het voeren van Scrum vergaderingen.

Advanced Scrum Master

In het laatste onderdeel ga je aan de slag met team velocity, geavanceerde Scrum concepten, het schalen van Scrum, en Scrum metrieken en bedrijfswaarden.

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Ontwikkel je van Software Project Lead naar Advanced Scrum Master

41 uur

Transition to Scrum: Agile Foundation to Scrum

  • Discover how Scrum is applied to software project management,

  • and explore the key aspects of Agile, Scrum, and Lean and how they
  • fit into the Agile mindset. Examine how Agile differs from
  • traditional project management, the basics of Scrum, and the
  • relationship between Scrum and both Agile and Lean. Common
  • misconceptions about Scrum are also covered.

Scrum Foundations: Transitioning to Scrum

  • Explore the foundations of the Scrum software project management

  • methodology, including how it can transform the developmental
  • process, and the benefits it can provide. Examine the Scrum
  • framework, roles, artifacts, and activities. Finally, discover ways
  • to introduce Scrum to an organization to improve processes and
  • quality.

Scrum Practices: Managing the Scrum Project

Explore practices for managing Scrum, Scrum planning, and the Scrum team. Examine techniques for managing the Scrum project along with tips and best practices. In addition, Scrum estimation and forecasting techniques and how to achieve higher levels of quality are also covered.

Lean in Scrum: Lean Development Practices

Discover the concepts associated with Lean development practices, including the seven wastes of Lean and the seven principles of Lean, and how Lean development connects to the Scrum methodology.

Applying Scrum Development Practices

Discover, through the use of a real-world scenario, how to apply Scrum development practices to better manage product development and improve team performance. How to improve product quality and the effectiveness and usefulness of Scrum meetings is explored as well.

Final Exam: Software Project Lead

  • Final Exam: Software Project Lead will test your knowledge and

  • application of the topics presented throughout the Software Project
  • Lead track of the Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Lead to
  • Advanced Scrum Master Journey. Learners seeking to test their
  • knowledge and application of Software Project Lead skills and those
  • seeking to complete the Software Project Lead track of the
  • Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Lead to Advanced Scrum Master
  • Journey.

Scrum Concepts & the Product Owner

  • Explore the importance of the Scrum product within the Scrum

  • framework. Examine the responsibilities and qualities of the
  • Product Owner, as well as the role of the Product Owner during key
  • Scrum events. Discover how to define the product using affinity
  • groupings, dot voting techniques, open-ended questions, and the
  • Fist of Five method.

Scrum Product: Defining the Why & How of the Product

  • Why develop a product? What is involved? How is a product

  • defined in Scrum? Explore the why and how of Scrum product
  • development, including how to identify the product's purpose, how
  • to develop a product strategy and design plan, and how to
  • incorporate user stories and customer research into the Scrum
  • product strategy.

Scrum: Product Development Framework

  • During product development, there are some important principles

  • and methods that Scrum product owners can use to improve the
  • chances for a successful product launch. Discover the importance of
  • transparency in setting goals and monitoring progress, how release
  • burn-up charts are used to track progress, and how Sprint Reviews
  • can be used to collect feedback and make better product decisions.
  • Examine how product assumptions are used in Lean product
  • development to determine the best actions, the importance of
  • testing assumptions during product development, and the tools and
  • methods used to validate assumptions. Finally, explore the purpose
  • of creating a Minimal Viable Product, the steps used to plan an
  • MVP, and well-known case studies of successful MVP
  • implementations.

Scrum: Product Backlog

Explore concepts associated with the Scrum Product Owner and the need for the Scrum Product Backlog. Examine the difference between product outcome and output and how to recognize and measure value. Discover various Product Backlog ordering techniques such as Kano Attributes, MoSCow, and the Pareto rule.

Scrum: Creating Effective Product Backlogs

  • In Scrum, the product backlog is used to collect user stories

  • and guide sprint planning. Explore effective product backlogs,
  • including how to create them, who's responsible for the backlog,
  • common categories used in product backlogs, and best practices for
  • creating backlogs. Discover how to fine-tune and communicate
  • product backlogs and different approaches for refining backlogs.
  • Finally, examine release planning and strategies for incremental
  • delivery.

Product Development Practices

  • There are well-established practices associated with product

  • development that Scrum Product Owners should be familiar with in
  • order to facilitate the development of successful products. Explore
  • Test-Driven Development and how to perform TDD tests and
  • refactoring. Discover how continuous integration, along with
  • continuous delivery and continuous deployment, impact Scrum
  • development. Examine steps for becoming a better Product Owner, how
  • to collaborate with the Scrum Master, best practices for
  • collaborating with a Scrum team, and case studies from requirements
  • to product.

Final Exam: Software Product Owner

Final Exam: Software Product Owner will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Software Product Owner track of the Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Lead to Advanced Scrum Master Journey.

Scrum Master: Sprint Goals & Planning

Sprint planning makes use of various consensus and estimation techniques in an effort to define a measurable Sprint goal for the Product Owner, team, and stakeholders. The Spring Goal should define what is going to be completed during the course of the current Sprint.

This course presents the concepts associated with setting Sprint goals and planning for the Sprint. You will learn about the Definition of Done, how to define the increment, how to estimate the Sprint backlog, and how to avoid common mistakes. Commonly used tools and techniques, and ways to conduct effective Sprint meetings are also covered.

SCRUM Meetings: On-target Daily Meetings

  • Explore the Daily Scrum, including guidelines and best

  • practices, the role of the Scrum Master, and how to avoid common
  • mistakes, in this 12-video course. Discover commonly used artifacts
  • and tools and examine ways in which larger and distributed teams
  • may perform the Daily Scrum. Key concepts covered in this course
  • include the framework for Scrum Product Delivery; the purpose of
  • the Daily Scrum within the Scrum framework; and examining
  • participants in the Daily Scrum and the role of the Scrum Master in
  • the Daily Scrum event. You will learn about the activities that are
  • necessary to prepare for the Daily Scrum; learn the best practices
  • for conducting the Daily Scrum; and learn about the tools and
  • artifacts that are used and updated during the Daily Scrum.
  • Finally, learn the common mistakes that Scrum development teams can
  • make; learn ways that large or distributed teams can modify the
  • Daily Scrum; and learn how the Jira Scrum board can be used by the
  • development team.

Scrum Sprint: Retrospective

  • The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the development

  • team to reflect on the previous sprint, determine what went well,
  • and identify opportunities for improvement for the next sprint. In
  • this course, you'll examine the concepts associated with productive
  • Sprint Retrospectives. You'll learn about the key elements of a
  • retrospective event, how the team inspects its performance, common
  • tools and techniques, and the role of the scrum master.

SCRUM Quality, Planning, and Completion: Quality & Productivity

Sprint planning makes use of various consensus and estimation techniques in an effort to define a measurable sprint goal for the product owner, team, and stakeholders. The sprint goal should define what is going to be completed during the course of the current sprint.

This course presents the concepts associated with setting sprint goals and planning for the sprint. You'll learn about the Definition of Done, how to define the increment, how to estimate the sprint backlog, and how to avoid common mistakes. Commonly used tools and techniques, and ways to conduct effective sprint meetings are also covered.

SCRUM Quality, Planning, and Completion: Effective User Stories

The user story is a central part of Scrum, as it represents product requirements from the perspective of the user and provides a common language for the scrum team to communicate with stakeholders.

This course presents the concepts associated with creating user stories and using them to identify product requirements. You'll learn about the user story structure, the criteria that a user story should meet, how to split a story, and how user stories can be used to establish a shared product vision.

SCRUM Quality, Planning, and Completion: The Definition of Done

As a product evolves from a high level vision to more detailed requirements, the team will establish a Definition of Done. This ensures transparency and a shared product vision, as well as that the team understands the work and can set realistic goals as features are about to be developed.

In this course, you'll learn the concepts associated with defining done, determining the appropriate amount of detail for the level of planning, and the relationship between definition of done and quality, empiricism, and the sprint goal.

Final Exam: Scrum Master

Final Exam: Scrum Master will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Scrum Master track of the Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Lead to Advanced Scrum Master Journey.

Scrum Team Velocity: Exploring Team Velocity

  • The single most important metric of Scrum is team velocity.

  • Explore team velocity, including its purpose and benefits and how
  • to implement it. Discover the role of the Scrum Master, how to find
  • velocity balance and calculate metrics, and how velocity burndown
  • charts are created and managed with JIRA. Finally, examine best
  • practices for managing velocity with your team and case studies
  • where team velocity was effectively managed.

Advanced Lean, Agile, & Scrum Concepts

Examine how to work with distributed Scrum teams and scale to larger Scrum projects. Discover how to transition a distributed team to use Scrum and best practices for distributed teams. Examine the differences between distributed Waterfall teams and distributed Agile teams and how to use the Agile/Waterfall Hybrid process.

Scaling an Organization's Scrum Process

  • Explore reasons why an organization should consider scaling

  • their Scrum process, including guidelines to follow and challenges
  • they may encounter. Examine the limitations of the Agile Manifesto
  • and various models for scaling the Scrum process. Delve into the
  • various frameworks - LeSS, Nexus, Scrum@Scale, Spotify, Scrum of
  • Scrums, and SAFe - including characteristics, benefits, and
  • challenges. Finally, discover how to select the best framework to
  • meet organizational needs.

Scaling Scrum: Challenges

  • Explore the challenges organizations may face when transitioning

  • to and scaling Scrum, including resistance to change, working with
  • distributed teams, team member turnover, too many team meetings,
  • and integrating testing. Discover how to customize the Scrum
  • process to fit the needs of both the organization and the project
  • and examine organizations and industries that have successfully
  • scaled the Scrum process.

Scaling Scrum: Choosing Scaled Agile Frameworks

Explore scaled Agile frameworks, the differences between them, and their organizational fit. Examine the organizational implication of scaled Agile frameworks, techniques for choosing one, and how to customize them. In addition, future potential and newer Agile concepts are covered.

Advanced Scrum Metrics

Discover the value of metrics in an Agile environment. Explore the three types of metrics - Agile, software development, and business. Examine the limitation and risks of measurement.

Scrum Business Value: Accessing the Business Value of Scrum

  • Explore the Scrum meaning of Business Value and why it is

  • important to prioritize the Product Backlog to maximize Business
  • Value. Examine Agile estimation models, how they compare to
  • traditional models, and how to use data analysis metrics to
  • increase Business Value. Methods for tracking and reporting
  • Business Value are also covered.

Final Exam: Advanced Scrum Master

Final Exam: Advanced Scrum Master will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Advanced Scrum Master track of the Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Lead to Advanced Scrum Master Journey.

Scrum Master: Scrum for the Team

2 uur

Scrum Master: Scrum for the Team

  • This course presents the concepts associated with the Scrum

  • Master's roles, responsibilities, and interactions with the team.
  • Explore Scrum's pillars and values, the relationship between Scrum
  • and agile development, the roles of the Scrum Master versus the
  • Product Owner, and the characteristics of servant leadership.
  • Discover Scrum artifacts and how they are used to promote team
  • productivity, and recognize best practices and how to avoid common
  • mistakes.

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