Scrum Basics

Learn via : Virtual Classroom / Online
Duration : 2 Days
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    Today, rapid changes in customer demands and intense competition conditions require rapid response to customer needs.

    However, software has become an indispensable element in the management of institutional processes in parallel with technological advances. The creation and development of these software solutions used in the management of institutional processes have triggered the need for software development methodologies that can produce fast solutions. Scrum is a software development infrastructure that enables the production of flexible, high-quality software that can respond to customer demands faster. Scrum is a process infrastructure used to manage complex product development processes. It is not a technique or process to develop a product. It is a framework in which you can use different processes and techniques.

    The purpose of this training is to convey the basics of the framework to the participants and to ensure that the participants have knowledge about the method.

    Delegates will learn

    • Scrum Infrastructure:
    • Scrum & Agile:
    • Planning in Scrum:
    • Properly Maintenance of Scrum:


    Who Should Attend

    Business Analysts, System Analysts, Test Engineers, Software Engineers, Project Managers, Team Leaders and Enterprise Architects,

    Product Owner, Scrum Master or Developer Role,

    Mid and Upper Level IT Managers,

    Individuals and institutions seeking improvement in their current software development processes and seeking information about Agile Software Development


Scrum Infrastructure:

  • Scrum (software development)
  • Roles and responsibilities in Scrum,
  • Rules
  • Principles,
  • Meetings
  • Feedback and Control Mechanisms,
  • Outputs

Scrum & Agile:

  • Scrum basics,
  • Scrum’s place and current position within Agile,
  • The value, which Scrum brings,
  • Productivity increase and the “self-organization” practice underlying it.

Planning in Scrum:

  • Product Backlog management,
  • Release planning,
  • Planning sprints,
  • To be able to express project requirements effectively,
  • Creating Tasks.

Properly Maintenance of Scrum:

  • Possible mistakes during the Scrum adaptation and transition process,
  • Ways to avoid these mistakes,
  • Other difficulties encountered in the adaptation process.
  • Steps to put into practice Scrum.


There are no prerequisites.