Working Effectively within the Scrum Framework

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  • What is Scrum?
    • Overview
    • The History of Scrum and the Agile Manifesto
    • Scrum Organizations Today
    • How to Apply for the PSM-I Certification
  • The Scrum Team
    • Basics of Scrum
    • Scrum Team Logistics
    • The Scrum Master
    • The Product Owner
    • The Developers
  • The Scrum Events
    • Sprint Planning
    • The Daily Scrum
    • Sprint Review
    • Sprint Retrospective
    • The Sprint Overall
  • The Scrum Artifacts
    • What are Scrum Artifacts?
    • The Product Backlog
    • The Sprint Backlog
    • Product Increment


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

WEBVTT >> Hello, everyone. My name is Anthony Sequera, and I will be your host today for an exciting journey through the world of Scrum with none other than our own Chris Ward. I've only been working with him for 30 years. It's a real tough last name. But anyways, Chris, so great to see you. And I'm really excited for this. I know that of all of the agile methodologies and frameworks, I know you're a huge fan of Scrum. >> So we've found the right man to walk us through this. Well, thank you. And by the way, I'm not alone in this because Scrum is the number one agile methodology in the world. Oh, no kidding. OK. It is the most popular, the most well-- I almost say well-known. In fact, a lot of people, Anthony, think agile is Scrum, and Scrum is-- Gotcha. They think they're one in the same. And it's not true. Remember that if you have done anything in the world of agile certifications and project management, you know that agile is more of this methodologies or a pattern of methodologies. It's almost a mindset of how you do things in software development, but also in other areas where you need to do quick, incremental delivery of things It could be software. It could be applications, we would say. It could be a piece of hardware that's new and exciting that needs to embrace change. And so we're going to talk about that in this particular course. Now, if you are curious about getting your professional Scrum Master certification, PSM 1, which is the foundational Scrum certification you can get with And we'll talk all about that in subsequent episodes about what's and what's the Scrum alliance and what's happening here. So we're going to be covering this. This is the first of them. And we're going to be talking about how to work effectively within the framework of Scrum. And then, of course, you're going to want to catch that second course where we start talking about leading through it and all kinds of really great things. But in this course, what can you expect? Some great stuff. Starting off with what is Scrum, we should probably define that satisfactorily enough that you can, number one, just understand it overall, but also be able to walk into a small well-lit room, answer questions on a computer screen, and get that PSM 1 certification, professional Scrum Master. Now, this is different than the certified Scrum Master, which we'll talk a little bit about as well. But we're also going to be talking about things like the Scrum team, who are the major roles in the Scrum team. We're going to be talking about Scrum events, Scrum artifacts. There's a heck of a lot of Scrum >> that we're going to be talking about in this course, Anthony. I love it, Chris. Well, we've got a lot of great information for you on tap. And I hope that you're going to be joining us in the very next video where we're going to have Chris Ward walk us through what exactly Scrum is.