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The customer requirements are increasing with time which leads to project complexity. An approach is required which is helpful for easier project execution. Scrum methodology is very efficient for the same as it is very adaptive and easy to implement. Gaining scrum skills are helpful in dealing with the complexity of a particular project.

We, at Pearce Mayfield, provides Scrum Training which includes Scrum Foundation Training, Scrum Product Owner Training and Scrum Master Certification. After undertaking these training courses, you will be a certified scrum professional.

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Scrum Training Courses

Gain proficiency on Scrum framework

Course Overview

Our Scrum Training provides knowledge about basic scrum methodology, scrum owner roles and roles of a scrum master. Our instructors are professionals who will train you according to the favourable business environments. You will learn about managing various projects with scrum methodologies. Scrum methodology is easy to understand and implement.

Scrum

What is Scrum?

Scrum is an agile framework used to implement complex projects. The Scrum was established for the creation of the software projects, but it's best approaches allow it to use for the growth of complex and advanced work. The Scrum is termed by Takeuchi and Nonaka. The Scrum training comprises 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 Scrum Master:

The Scrum Master is the person who assists Scrum. He is answerable for removing problems from the project. He is mainly a person who acts as a wall between the product goals and any barrier.

Responsibilities of Scrum Master:

  • He is helpful to the Product Owner and makes sure that the important work is understood to all team members.
  • He guides team with Scrum methodology
  • He simplifies the self-organisation
  • He helps to remove weaknesses to the progress of work

The role of Scrum Product Owner:                             

The Scrum Product Owner is a product key stakeholder. The Product Owner recognises the supplies of the product and then make every team member understand this. The po follows the Scrum project framework.  Usually, checks for the review list and is the first user of the product. He is 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 the technology and things keep on changing, then it is vital to keep an eye on the ball. The backlog is to be groomed before represented into the Sprint planning training.
  • The Business values:  The po have 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 make a clear vision of the user requirements to the team members so the presence of the Product Owner should be there 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 team is constructing the right product. The Product Owner has the chance to direct the team in a changed direction
  • 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 for the meetings. But any other Scrum ceremony will be the other 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 them happen.
  • Alterations in a project: The Product Owner has complete control on the project and can direct the team in an entirely different direction. The team members should have trust in on their po and calmly welcome the suggested changes.
  • Communicates status: The po is a voice of team members. He always makes sure that communication is open to all the channels and projects have the right amount of support.
  • Terminates a Sprint if required: If there is a need to end the project

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