Scrum is a product development framework applied mostly in software development domain. It offers flexibility and achieving the functional goals under the risk of requirements volatility.
It is an empirical approach to product development which focuses on feedback and evidence.
Why should I take Scrum Methodology Expert certification?
Scrum is the in demand project management framework, needed especially by the software and information technology companies. The certification not only assesses the candidate’s skills in Scrum framework but also provides a proof of individual’s grasp on various Scrum framework topics like Agile and Scrum basics, scrum roles, scrum events, Scrum artifacts and Distributed Scrum.
The certification helps increases the visibility of certified candidate amongst potential employers.
How will I benefit from taking Scrum certification?
Scrum is the in-demand skill, for team leads, managers and senior managers managing process and projects in organization. It is apt for students who are seeking a better position in their career.
Companies that hire Vskills Scrum Methodology Expert
Companies especially in IT, web development, mobile application development and software companies regularly need Scrum Methodology Expert for managing projects.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Agile and Scrum Basics
- Agile Basics
- Agile Manifesto
- Agile Principles
- Agile Methods
- Scrum Overview
- Scrum Advantages
- Scrum Internal and External Users
- Product Owner
- Scrum Development Team
- Building Teams
- Scrum Master and Skills
- Other Roles
- The Sprint
- Sprint Planning
- Daily Scrum
- User Story
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retroscpective
- Scrum Product Backlog
- Sprint Backlog
- Scrum Done
Scrum Project Phases
- Scrum Life Cycle
- Requirements Gathering
- Distributed Teams
- Distributed Communication
- Distributed Meetings
- Distributed Scrum Practices
- Scaling Scrum