Although Scrum was created originally for software development, it is also used for industries outside the IT world like hardware production, sales, marketing, education or administration. And not without a success. The Scrum Essentials is highly recommended for non-technical people as it is not focusing on software engineering practices.
This training will take you into the real world of Scrum. You will be able to learn different product development approaches in practice. All this to help answer an important question – Is Scrum framework something I am looking for?
The Scrum Essentials training is conducted in the form of a workshop and designed to answer questions:
The training is accredited by the Scrum Alliance and covers required Learning Objectives.
Scrum Essentials training is dedicated for those who:
Participants receive 8 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) towards Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) certification.
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