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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line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> Hello, everyone. My name is Anthony Sic, where and I will line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>be your host today for an exciting journey through the line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>world of scrum with none other than our own. Chris. We're line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>crystal Ford. I've only been working with them for 30 years. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>That's a real tough last name. But anyways, Chris, so great to line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>see you. And I'm really excited for this. I know that of all of line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>that ad Sheil methodologies in frameworks. I know you're a line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>huge fan of scrum. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>>> So we found the right man to walk us through this. Thank line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>you. And by the way, I'm not alone in this because scrum is line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>the number one and rel methodology in the world, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>OK, OK, it is the most popular the most. Well, I almost see line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>well known. In fact, a lot of people, Anthony think Ed line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>rallies scrum and Scott to me is and I think they're one in line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>the sand is not true. Remember that if you have done anything line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>in the world of agile serve, I was going say certifications line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>and project management. You know that Ed rallies, more of line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>this methodologies or a pattern of methodologies, it's almost a line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>mindset of how you do things in software development, but also line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>in other areas where you need to quick incremental delivery line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>of things from it could be software could be an app. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>You know, applications would say it could be a piece of line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>hardware. That's new and exciting. That needs to embrace line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>change. And so we're going to talk about that in this line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>particular course. Now, if you are curious about getting your line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>professional scrum, master certification Psm one, which is line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>the foundational scrum certification, you can get with line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>scrum, dot org and we'll talk all about that in subsequent line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>episodes about, you know, what Scrim Dot org and what's the line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>scrum alliance and what what's happening here. So we're going line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>to be covering this. This is the first of them. And we're line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>going to be talking about how to work effectively within the line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>framework of scrum. And then, of course, you want to catch line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>that second course when we start talking about leaving line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>through it and all kinds of really great things. But in line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>this course, what can you expect? Some great stuff line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>starting off with what is scrum? We should probably line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>define that satisfactory early enough that you can. Number line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>one, just understand it overall, but also be able to line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>walk into a smaller room, answer questions on a computer line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>screen and get that Ps am one certification, professional line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>scrum master. Now this is different than the certified line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>scrum master, which will talk a little bit about as well. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>But we're also be talking about things like the scrum team. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>You know, who are the major roles in the scrum team will be line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>talking about scrum, events, scrum, artifacts. There's a line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>heck of a lot of scrum line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> that we're going to be talking about in this course. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>Anthony, I love it, Chris. Well, we've got a lot of great line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>information for you on cash. And I hope that you're going to line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>be joining us in the very next video. We're going to have line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>Chris Ward walk us through what exactly scrum is