Be Agile: Introduction to SCRUM Technology Training

Agile SCRUM - Post-it NotesBe Agile: Introduction to Scrum - ITS-2030
Wednesday, July 8, and Thursday, July 9 -- 9 AM - 4 PM both days
Fee: $585 (STAP funds apply)

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Technology Training, with Silicon Bay Training, bring you Be Agile: Introduction to Scrum to help you manage any complex activity. Through organizing work into smaller tasks and surfacing issues by encouraging regular reflection of processes, you and your team can create higher quality results with greater efficiency.

This two-day class will provide exposure to Scrum, along with new tools and a new way of thinking.


Students will be introduced to Scrum concepts with the instructor using Scrum principles to teach the class. Once the framework is understood, students will take what they've learned and live the Scrum Framework in a fail-safe environment with a hands-on interactive exercise.

Topics & Activities

This two-day course discusses the origins and framework of Scrum using Scrum principles, and then gives students the opportunity to put these principles to work with an interactive hands-on activity. The course is designed for students who need a practical and immediately applicable explanation of Scrum, its roles, tools (artifacts), and meetings.

Students will complete instructor led activities to gain an understanding of the following:

  • Origins and principles of Agile
  • What is Scrum?
  • Scrum framework
  • Scrum Roles, Artifacts, and Meetings
  • What makes a good User Story?
  • Velocity
  • Estimating and release planning
  • Backlog grooming
  • Apply Scrum concepts through interactive, hands-on exercise

Testimonial from a Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner:

"Scrum is a very powerful tool to have in your pocket. It's allowed us (Stanford Web Services) to maximize the value of our development time and deliver the most important features to our clients sooner. Don't let waterfall processes make you build something you don't really want! Try an agile approach."

— Linnea Williams, Technical Project Manager, Stanford Web Services

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