Module 7 – The Theme, Epics, User Stories, and Tasks
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Themes
Lesson 3: Epics
Lesson 4: User stories
Lesson 5: User Story Mapping
Lesson 6: Tasks
Module 8 – Scrum Artifacts
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Artifacts
Lesson 2: Product Backlog
Lesson 3: Sprint Backlog
Lesson 4: Scrum Board with DEMO
Lesson 5: The Increment
Lesson 6: What is Burndown Chart in Scrum?
Module 9 – Definition of Ready, Definition of Done, and Acceptance criteria
Lesson 1: Definition of Ready (DoR)
Lesson 2: Definition of Done (DoD)
Lesson 3: Acceptance criteria (AC)
Module 10 – Introduction to Evidence-Based Management 2020
Lesson 1: Introduction to evidence-based management (EBM)
Lesson 2: The benefits of evidence-based management
Module 11 – Scrum Certification
Lesson 1: Introduction to Scrum Certification
Lesson 2: General details about Scrum org Certifications
Lesson 3: Tips and Learning path for self-preparation
Lesson 4: General details about Scrum Alliance Certifications
Lesson 5: Which Scrum Certification Body Should you Choose?
Lesson 6: 100 Carefully Selected Questions and Answers for Scrum certification.
Module 12 – Your first job as a Product owner – where to start?
Lesson 1: You get your first job as a PO – where to start – Introduction
Lesson 2: Where to start building an existing product?
Lesson 3: Where to start if you are going to build a new product from scratch?
Module 13 – Transition from Traditional to Agile
Lesson 1: Introduction to module
Lesson 2: We need evidence of success – A Case Study
Lesson 3: Differences in project management – Agile vs. Waterfall
Lesson 4: Habits from traditional environments you need to watch out for
Lesson 5: Why traditional project management techniques are still so prevalent
Lesson 6: Differences between traditional and agile on how to maintain your teams
Lesson 7: Rewards for traditional Project Managers working with Agile projects
Lesson 8: SIMILARITIES – the Traditional World and the Agile
Lesson 9: Project manager characteristics who is going to be successful with agile
Lesson 10: Productive thinking, advances, and challenges about agile
Lesson 11: The State of Agility – Benefits of organizational Agility
Lesson 12: TIPS to Manage a Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 13: TIPS for transitioning Clients to an Agile Process
Lesson 14: 4 Ways to Ease the Transition from Waterfall to Agile
Lesson 15: TIPS to Increase Agility in your organization
Lesson 16: How to Choose the Right Agile Framework
Module 14 – Recap, Class Project, and Last Words
Lesson 1: Short animated presentation
Lesson 2: Class Project (Now it is your turn)
Lesson 3: All right, we’ve reached the end of this Masterclass. Congratulations!
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