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Do you know Scrum already, but need to learn about the latest changes to the Scrum Guide made in November 2020?
The Scrum Guide has been updated for the first time since 2017. This is the biggest change to Scrum in 25 years. So what has changed and how significant is it?
This short video course will help you understand the changes and the implications for you, your Scrum Team & your organisation.
Keep your knowledge of Scrum up to date and don't get caught out!
Five reasons to take this course now!
A complete and concise overview of the changes made to Scrum as part of the most recent update to the Scrum Guide (November 2020).
On completion, you will be confident that you fully understand these changes and your knowledge of Scrum is up to date.
There is no need to take another expensive in-person Scrum training course. Learn about the changes at low cost and in your own time.
This will help you to take a Scrum assessment and gain the relevant certification.
You can ask me questions and I will respond to them all!
Who should take this course?
This course is an intermediate/advanced course for people who know Scrum already but want to update their knowledge with the latest changes.
Whether you are a Scrum Master, Product Owner, Developer or anyone else who needs to understand the latest changes to Scrum, this is the place to start (and finish)
What is Scrum?
Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems. But you know this already right?
What will I learn?
Meet your instructor and understand the key changes to the Scrum Guide in this latest update.
Learn how Scrum has changed to accommodate its wider use beyond software.
Learn how the Scrum has become less prescriptive making Scrum even more of a framework than ever before.
Learn how the concept of roles in Scrum has been replaced by accountabilities.
Learn how each of the three artifacts in Scrum now contain a commitment to them.
See a simple example of a Definition of Done, the commitment to the Increment.
Learn what a Product Goal is.
Product Goal & Sprint Goals - Why They Are Important.
See a simple example of a Product Goal and some related Sprint Goals.
Learn how self-management has replaced self-organisation in Scrum.
Learn about the remaining changes.
Take the final practice assessment to validate your understanding of the changes.
How is the course structured?
The course is video-based.
It is divided into short lessons (< 5 minutes).
Each lesson covers a different element of Scrum that has changed.
Everything is based on the latest Scrum Guide (November 2020) so you know that you are learning the facts only.
There is a practice assessment at the end of the course to let you validate your understanding.
About the Instructor
Hi, my name is Simon Kneafsey and I am a Professional Scrum Trainer. I am on a mission to simplify Scrum for a million people. I have helped 10,000 people so far and I can help you too.
I have 400+ personal LinkedIn recommendations and a 5-star rating on Trustpilot & Google. My clients include Google, NASA, the United Nations, Toyota, Coca Cola and Microsoft.
I have been using Scrum since 2005 and teaching people about Scrum since 2012. I have taught over 10,000 people all over the world during this time. I am based in London, UK and offers Scrum & Agile training courses online and all over the world.