eLearning Scrum Course is a good alternative for everyone! I hope you enjoy it.
Some people ask me about e-Learning Scrum Course and this week I reviewed the MPlaza eLearning Scrum Course.
Here are my impressions:
- The topics are very interesting and it has many practical subjects really useful for the day-by-day situations, for example: agile contract types, project estimation, measuring project and sprint performance, using Kanban and when use agile in projects – at the end of this article there is a brief description of each module.
- The material quality is very good and you see the Instructor all the time, and he interacts with the schemas and graphs that he is talking about. It makes the students pay attention and understand the content.
- After each module, there is a quiz about it, so the student can verify if the lesson was well learned or not. A good point about online courses is you can review the video how many times you want. So you never lost a word mentioned by the instructor.
- Another thing that really called my attention was the commitment with the clients. MPlaza.pm offer a MoneyBack-guarantee if client does not like the material. The client can request the full money back within 30 minutes since the purchase was done. No questions asked! It’s Incredible. Only companies that relies on its work make this kind of rule.
- The MPlaza eLearning Scrum Course comes with the PSM I Simulator. So you can get well prepared for Professional Scrum Master I Exam/Test.
Analyzing all the products on the pack, the price is cheap. The $ 164 for the eLearning Scrum Course, that already includes the PSM I Simulator, makes the pack really attractive.
For example, just the PSM I Simulator sold separated custs $ 41. So, if you do the math, the eLearning Scrum Course price is just $123. This is much cheaper than a face-to-face course, and you can do it where and when you desire. If you have discipline and interest to learn SCRUM, it really will help you.
1. Introduction to the Course: What’s the objectives of this course? What are the main topics?
2. Introduction to Agility: Why Agile? What’s the trend? What’s the success rate? What are Agile frameworks? What’s the real meaning of Agility? What are the requirements for Agility?
3. Development Lifecycles: When do we need Agile? What’s a development lifecycle?
4. The 45% Disaster: What’s the biggest disaster in IT development projects? What’s MoSCoW Prioritization?
5. Agile Manifesto and Principles: What’s Agile Manifesto? What are the 12 Agile Principles?
6. When to Use Agile: When can we use Agile? What types of initiatives can be developed with Agile?
7. Scope Management: How can we define the scope of the project? How can we manage it?
8. Agile Planning: What’s a timebox? What are the levels of planning in an Agile environment?
9. Agile Practices: What are common Agile practices? What’s the benefit of using them?
10. False Agility: When we are not Agile, while we falsely believe we are?
11. Introduction to Scrum: What’s the overall lifecycle in Scrum?
13. Responsibilities: What’s the exact responsibilities of a Product Owner? What about the Scrum Master? And the Development Team members?
14. Events Introduction: What are the events in Scrum? What are the steps to run the project?
15. Sprint: How do we iterate through the project?
17. Daily Standup: How can we synchronize and align our effort?
18. Sprint Review: How do we demonstrate the increment to the customer?
19. Sprint Retrospective: How do we improve ourselves?
21. Product Backlog – General: How do we manage the scope of the project?
22. Product Backlog – Ordering the Stories: How can we sort the Product Backlog items?
25. Increment: What’s the characteristics of the output of the Sprints?
26. Definition of Done: When are we done with a user story?
27. Project Performance Measurement: How should we measure the performance of the project? Who’s responsible for that? How is it presented?
28. Sprint Performance Measurement: How do we measure the performance of the Sprints? What’s the desired outputs and controls?
29. Scaled Scrum: How can we use more than one Development Team in Scrum?
33. Additional Resources and Certifications: Where to go from here?