basenune
basenune

Agile, Facilitation and Collaboration

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20.00 USD /single lesson (180 min.)
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nick basenune
country Belgium
languages English
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Certified Scrum Master from Scrum Alliance
Certified Large Scale Scrum (Less) Practitioner from Less
Certified Collaboration Architect from Innovation Games
Certified Professional Scrum Product Owner from Scrum.Org
Certified Global Business Leader from GlobalNxtUniversity

Experience: 15 years

About me

Why Agility is important to Organizations
2. What is Scrum
3. What makes Scrum different
4. Why Scrum Works
5. Committed, self-managed and cross functional team
6. Roles in Scrum
7. Team Role
8. Scrum Master role
9. Product Owner role
10. The Enterprise Backlog
11. Product Backlog
12. Sprint Backlog
13. Sprint Goal
14. User Stories
15. Product Backlog Refinement
16. Sprint Planning Session
17. Definition Of Done (DOD)
18. Definition Of Ready (DOR)
19. Estimation techniques
20. Burn down chart
21. Sprint Demo Session
22. Sprint Retrospective
23. The Daily Standup
24. Continuous Integration
25. Release Manager Role
26. Product Owner & Scrum Master COP
27. Handling impediments
28. Improving velocity of the scrum team
29. Coaching the teams
30. Insights of scrum score card
31. Handling co-located and distributed teams
32. Large Scale Scrum overview (Less)
33. Empirical process control
34. Systems optimization
35. Sprint Planning with many teams
36. Area Product Owner
37. Value driven development
38. Insights of professional product owner in Scrum
39. Effective backlog management
40. Story Mapping
41. Prioritizing business values
42. Value Driven development
43. Improve skills on facilitation
44. Designing a meeting or workshop
45. Effective gaming techniques for team’s collaboration
46. Usage of JIRA and Confluence tools
47. Handling multicultural teams
48. Context based innovation games
49. Preparing Skill Matrix
50. Conclusion