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Many companies are realizing that the traditional project management principles are no longer applicable in today’s extremely dynamic and demanding environment.

The course is a combination of instruction and team-based exercises where students experience how the Scrum framework improves product delivery efforts. 

Students will  learn the framework and gain insights into overcoming complexity, with team-based collaboration and self-organization as essential elements in understanding Scrum.

Our Trainers will select one of several case studies which best meet the specific learning needs of the class to maximize the value that students will take away from the class.

Participant who complete the course will receive a password to attempt the Professional Scrum Foundation (PSF) assessment.

OAK provides the highest quality Scrum training, training materials and certified Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs) to teach them.

Course Objective

  • Understand the foundational elements of Scrum and their coherence
  • Take part in a Scrum Team
  • Effectively deliver valuable products
  • Identification of common pitfalls and dysfunctions
  • Recognize the benefits of Scrum
  • Demonstrate proficient comprehension of Scrum Roles, Events, and Artifacts
  • Meet the learning objectives covered before or during a foundational Scrum course 

Who should attend?

This course is for teams or anyone wanting to experience the Scrum way of working. PSF provides the base knowledge needed for anyone interested in taking role focused training.

Course Content

Scrum Theory

1.1.     Define Scrum and describe its purpose.

1.2.     List the five core Scrum values.

1.3.     Define empirical process control and list the three pillars.

1.4.     Explain how product planning in an empirical environment differs from traditional fixed planning.

1.5.     Describe the benefits of an iterative and incremental approach.

The Scrum Roles

2.1.    Illustrate how the Scrum Roles interact with each other to deliver the increment within a Sprint

2.2.     Define a cross-functional team and identify at least three benefits of a cross-functional, self-organizing team.

 Scrum Events

3.1.     Explain at least three benefits of timeboxing.

3.2.     List the five events within Scrum, define the purpose of each event, and identify the participants, timing,  and maximum recommended timebox.

Scrum Artifacts

4.1.     List the three artefacts within Scrum and define the purpose of each.

4.2.     Explain the definition of “Done,” its purpose, and how it evolves over time.

4.3.     Identify at least two reasons why the Scrum Team dedicates time for Product Backlog Refinement.

4.4.     List at least three activities that may occur as part of Product Backlog Refinement.

Course fee

₦50,000 (Exam and certification Inclusive)

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  • Start Time
    September 26, 2021 @ 12:00 am
  • End Time
    September 26, 2021 @ 11:59 pm
  • Phone
    09091020048, 09091020049
  • Email
    online@oakinterlink.com
  • Organizer
    Oak Interlink Company Limited
  • Location
    No 70B Olorunlogbon Street, Idi-Iroko, Anthony Village
    Lagos, Lagos 100232 Nigeria
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