Scrum Essentials

( Duration: 2 Days )

Today’s business environment is fast moving and constantly changing to keep up with competitors, new technology and customer demands. This trend will only increase as we proceed through the 21st century. Agile is a philosophy and set of principles applied to Software Development that answer these realities of business.

This Scrum Essentials training course will provide Participants knowledge and understanding of fundamental Scrum principles and practices. It will explain the structure and roles of a Scrum Team and how Scrum works within the organization. It will explain the benefits of Scrum, introduce best practices, and suggest some important things to consider when embarking on a Scrum adoption.

By attending Scrum Essentials workshop, Participants will:

  • Review the fundamental concepts of Agile and Scrum
  • Learn about the role of Scrum Master, Product owner and other development team members
  • Understand the characteristic of an Agile Team
  • Learn about various artifacts
  • Building a culture of collaboration and team work to improve team performance

Scrum Essentials class is a instructor-led course designed to enable Participants learn, experiment and implement the concepts involved in Scrum Framework with ample examples, exercises and case studies to understand and apply the concepts taught.

The workshop is appropriate for both Novice and Experienced Software Engineers working in the roles of:

  • Software developers
  • Test Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Specialists
  • Project / Test Managers
  • Project / Test Leads

Participants are expected to have basic knowledge on software testing.



Understanding Agile

  • ABC of Agile
  • Understanding Agile Roles
  • Getting Started with Agile
  • Choosing an Agile Approach

Understanding of Scrum

  • Agile and Scrum
  • Scrum Framework Overview


  • The Product Owner
  • The Development Team
  • The Scrum Master
  • The Scrum Master’s service to other team member
  • Scrum Master Service to Organization
  • Collaboration and interaction among these roles

Scrum Events

  • The Sprint
  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Activities in the Sprint
  • The approach to complete the work selected
  • Sprint Goals

Daily Scrum

  • The need for this meeting
  • The approach for this meeting
  • Communication through DAILY SCRUM

Sprint Review

  • The concept of ‘DONE’ and ‘Not Done’
  • The Role of Product Owner
  • The Role of Development Team
  • Product backlog
  • Group/Team Collaboration
  • The role of Scrum Master

Sprint Retrospective

  • Inspection and adaptation
  • The Objectives
  • Product Quality


  • Product Backlog
  • Grooming of Product Backlog
  • Monitoring progress towards the goal
  • Sprint Backlog
  • Monitoring Spring Progress
  • Increment

Definition of Done

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