Course sections

    1. Scrum Map

    2. What is Scrum?

    3. Scrum Guide

    4. Scrum is not a methodology

    5. Empiricism in Scrum

    6. Three pillars of Scrum

    7. Lean thinking in Scrum

    8. Scrum Values

    9. Self-managing

    10. Cross-functional Team

    11. Agile myths

    12. Scrum Framework quiz section

    13. Scrum Framework Factsheet

    1. Scrum Team

    2. Product Owner

    3. Scrum Master

    4. Measure the success of the Scrum Master

    5. Developers

    6. Non-Scrum Team experts

    7. Stakeholders

    8. Scrum Team quiz section

    9. Scrum Team Factsheet

    1. Sprint

    2. Sprint Planning

    3. Daily Scrum

    4. Sprint Review

    5. Sprint Retrospective

    6. Product Backlog Refinement ( not Scrum Event)

    7. Removing impediments during the Scrum

    8. Scrum Events quiz section

    9. Scrum Events Factsheet

    1. Planning Release

    2. Requirements

    3. Estimation

    4. Technical debt

    5. Velocity

    6. Charts

    1. Scrum Artifacts

    2. Product Backlog

    3. Product Backlog prioritization

    4. Product Goal

    5. Sprint Backlog

    6. Sprint Goal

    7. Increment

    8. Definition of Done

    9. Acceptance criteria

    10. Definition of Ready

    11. Scrum Artifacts quiz section

    12. Scrum Artifacts Factsheet

About this course

  • 55 lessons


When a team starts using Scrum, their work tends to become more coherent and predictable, and the development time for new products is often significantly reduced. However, there is also a possibility that the implementation of Scrum fails, resulting in losses and negative experiences for the company instead of benefits. In this course, I will cover the key features of the Scrum framework, its areas of application, and the main mistakes that prevent teams from maximizing the benefits of Scrum implementation. It is important to illustrate that Scrum is not merely about putting up stickers or a "development methodology" that dictates the work process to the team.

We hope this course will help you improve your knowledge of Scrum and Agile. If you're wondering who this course is for, it will be helpful to you if you:

  • are new to Scrum or want to become familiar with it
  • are preparing for certifications
  • want to review and understand the principles of working in Scrum

This course consists of sections, and in each section, there will be some lessons. At the end of each educational section, there will be a short number of questions related to completed topics. Also, we’ve added a set of helpful Scrum factsheets in each section, which can be beneficial in many situations. You can download any one of them by clicking on a chosen image. 

At the end of the course, you will have a special surprise from us: access to all questions to prepare for Scrum certifications (including PSM 1, CSM, PSPO 1, CSPO and even advanced level of these certifications).

Just remind you that we have a special QA section where you can ask any of your question.

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What you'll learn

  • Scrum practice and theory

  • Scrum Events

  • Scrum Artifacts

  • Understand the Agile mindset

  • Test your Scrum understanding with preparation questions

  • Scrum Accountabilities