What is Scrum?
Scrum (zn.): A framework within which people tackle complex, adaptive problems while producing products with the highest possible value in a productive and creative way. span >
Scrum is a process framework that has been used since the 1990s to manage work on complex products. Scrum is not a process, technique or fixed method. Instead, it is a framework within which you can deploy the various processes and techniques. Scrum provides insight into the relative effectiveness of your product management and working techniques so that you can continuously improve the product, the team and the work environment.
- If you want a quick response to change
- Direct cooperation with the customer / company
- A method such as SCRUM successfully achieves the integration of all parties involved in a project.
- Motivation and responsibility of teams
- If you want to get out of a deadlock because you keep preparing, planning, consulting and researching while you want to get started quickly;
- Want to achieve more in less time
Who is on the Scrum Team?
The Scrum Master
The Scrum Master supports the process and is there for the team. He guides the team by ensuring that the correct process is followed.
However, the Scrum Master is not the same as a project manager. To promote openness and cooperation, the Scrum Master is not concerned with personnel matters such as selection, assessment and remuneration of the team members.
The Product Owner represents the interests of the customer. He is the client or he can be the customer himself. He has the most interest in the product being made and of good quality, because he pays the bill.
He or she also manages the backlog, so he or she decides in what order what should be done. The most important wishes are always at the top because they yield the most benefit.
The (development / development) team
The team is multidisciplinary and responsible for delivering the product at the end of each sprint. The team members ensure that the product meets the customer’s wishes and that it is produced within the sprint. Usually the team consists of 3 to 9 people who organize themselves. The team does all the work on the product: analysis, design, development, testing and documentation.
Do I need preliminary training?
You do not need any preliminary training for the PSM1 training.
PSM1 is the Basic training for SCRUM, so everything is explained very clearly from the start p>
How long does the training take?
During this training you will learn:
What is SCRUM
How it works
What are the roles and rules
- Agile manifesto
- SCRUM values
What does the training cost?
This includes a delicious lunch, coffee and tea
And Free parking in front of the door.