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    Scrum is flexible and applicable to a wide range of industries

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    Learn how to implement Scrum methodology in your organisation

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    Become a certified Scrum Master

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    Solve complex problems during project execution with Scrum methodology

Product complexity is increasing, whilst the time given to meet customer demands is becoming shorter. Hence, organisations need an approach that can solve the problems of complex projects. Therefore introducing Scrum, a lightweight methodology that has the ability to solve such complex project problems. Scrum is flexible to projects, and is very easy to understand. If you are looking to solve complex problems that arise during product execution, then Scrum is the appropriate training course for you. 

Our Scrum Training is inspired by successful Scrum business environments. It equips you with all the skills required to become a successful Scrum professional. Our Scrum training courses include Scrum Master Certification, Scrum Product Owner Training, and Scrum Foundation Training.

Scrum Training Courses

Course Information

Pentagon Training offers several different Scrum certifications: Scrum Foundation, Scrum Practitioner, Scrum Product Owner, and Scrum Master training.

Scrum Foundation provides delegates with an introduction to Scrum. Delegates will acquire knowledge of how to implement Scrum methodologies within their organisation.  By the end of the course, they will also be able to manage projects being underpinned by Scrum techniques.

Scrum Practitioner is the more advanced Scrum level. The Practitioner training course concentrates on Scrum values, roles, artifacts, and ceremonies, all of which create a good basis for highly engaged Scrum teams. This Practitioner course is intended for Project Managers, Project Support Managers, potential Scrum Masters/Owners, and team members who provide Agile projects.

Both Scrum Product Owner and Scrum Master qualifications are outlined in the "Scrum" section below. 

 

What areas will Scrum training cover?

Scrum training courses will cover these topics:

  • What is Agile?
  • The need for Agile
  • Definition of Scrum
  • Scrum Values
  • Scrum Theory
  • Scrum Roles
  • Scrum Events & Artifacts
  • Scaling Scrum

 

Why choose Pentagon Training?

  • The Pentagon’s Scrum Training offers many solutions to specific problems that are encountered during project execution.
  • Our Scrum instructors are certified experts who will provide you with extensive Scrum knowledge.
  • Our company’s portal is accessible 24*7, so we are able to answer your queries at any time. 
  • Our support does not end when the course is over, as we will still be available to handle your queries on course completion. 

Who should take this course

Scrum is recommend for delegates wishing to enahnce their project management and Scrum techniques.

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What Will You Learn

 A Scrum certification will enable delegates to understand:

  • the Scrum framework
  • how a product can be developed using Scrum
  • the art of being a Scrum Master
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Scrum

What is Scrum?

Scrum is an agile framework used to implement complex projects. Scrum was established for the creation of the software projects, but is best used to deal with the growing complexity of projects.

Our Scrum training is comprised of the Scrum Product Owner course and Scrum Master Certification. The method of Scrum is realistic, assessed, and preserved by the Scrum Master and Product Owner.

The role of a Scrum Master

The Scrum Master is the person who assists Scrum. The Scrum Master is accountable for removing problems to the abilities of a team to convey product purposes. They are the person who acts as a wall between the product goals and any barriers that may arise.

Responsibilities of Scrum Master:

  • They help the Product Owner and make sure that the important work is understood by all team members.
  • They guide teams using Scrum methodology
  • They simplify self-organisation
  • They help remove weaknesses for the purpose of work progression

The role of Scrum Product Owner:                

The Scrum Product Owner is a key stakeholder. The Product Owner recognises product provisions and ensures team members understand them. The PO follows the Scrum project framework and is usually the first user of the product. The PO is very much aware of the marketplace and the competition.

Responsibilities of a Product Owner:

The responsibilities of a Product Owner are:

  • Product backlog: the Product Owner has to create and maintain the backlogs as the full-time activity. As technology advances and things keep changing, it is vital to keep an eye on the ball. The backlog is to be groomed before presented into the Sprint planning training.
  • The business values: the PO has the responsibility to schedule the backlog before the planning meeting. The scheduling of a delay means the relative importance orders the user stories.
  • Contributions with the amplification of Epics, Themes, and Features into user stories: The PO should establish a clear vision of the user requirements to the team members, so the PO should be present during the elaboration of user stories.
  • Delivers the vision and goals: the Product Owner should remind the team about the objectives of the project. This approach will keep all the team members on track.
  • Dealing with the customers and the stakeholders: the Product Owner must invariably involve the client and stakeholders to guarantee the construction of the right product. The Product Owner has the responsibility to direct the team when direction changes.
  • Contributes to planning meetings and Sprint reviews: in an organisation, various processes are in execution, so it is quite easy for a PO to excuse the meetings, but these meetings should go ahead to give other Scrum ceremonies the chance to inspect and adapt.
  • Reviews the product progress at the end of every Sprint: during the requirement of rescheduling the work, the PO should analyse the things and make necessary changes.
  • Alterations in a project: the Product Owner has complete control of the project and can direct the team in an entirely different direction. The team members should have trust in their PO and calmly welcome the suggested changes.
  • Communicates status: the PO is a voice of team members. They always make sure that communication is open to all the channels, and that projects have the right amount of support.
  • Terminates a Sprint if required: if there is a need to end the project, then the Product Owner can make this happen.


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