An introduction to the “Scrum” method of Agile will introduce to the key concepts of Scrum and Scrum teams, ceremonies and roles. Benefits: Understand the principles underlying agile and agile methodologies,
An introduction to the “Scrum” method of Agile will introduce to the key concepts of Scrum and Scrum teams, ceremonies and roles.
- Understand the principles underlying agile and agile methodologies, such as Scrum
- Apply lean and agile principles in a team context and to product development
- Experience the roles and responsibilities of the Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team and the common vocabulary of the Scrum framework (user story, daily stand-up, sprint/iteration etc.)
- Introduction to Scrum
- When do we use Scrum?
- The Scrum Framework
- Exercise: Developing a product or service using Scrum.
Certification: A University Certificate of Attendance will be issued for all attendees.
This course is being sponsored by Agile Humans https://agilehumans.city
Jasmina Nikolic: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/jnikolic
Senior University Lecturer, University of Belgrade, University La Salle Barcelona and Agile Organisational Developer, Trainer and Coach since 2010. Specialized in agile organisational culture, agile education, and business and development integration. Has proven record in agile software development and beyond. Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Scrum Product Owner & Certified Scrum Master. Kanban Method Coach and Experienced Group Facilitator. Worked in a number of industries, contexts and companies of various sizes, from start- ups to large corporations, both in public and private sectors. University lecturer since 1999. Teaches Agile Culture at the University La Salle, Barcelona.
Head of Enterprise and Commercial Development at the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing where he works in research, development and consultancy working on national training and impact evaluation projects . Karl is the course leader for an innovative MA education programme called Learning in the Digital Age and has led several ICT and Education related evaluation projects. Karl specialises in integrating agile work practices into education at all levels using mobile, active, game and project-based learning strategies. His current interests are around the process of knowledge transfer between universities and SME’s and the development of core competencies for enterprise, entrepreneurship and employability.
(Monday) 10 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
University of Wolverhampton in StaffordStafford 1 Staffordshire Place