Agile with Scrum is an approach to software development and project management that emphasises iterative, incremental delivery of working software, while continuously responding to changing requirements and priorities. It is based on the Agile Manifesto, a set of guiding principles for Agile software development.

Scrum is a framework for implementing Agile that is widely used in software development projects. It is a lightweight process that helps teams deliver high-quality software in a collaborative and self-organising manner. Scrum involves a set of ceremonies or events, including Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective. It also includes specific roles, such as Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team.

Agile with Scrum is an iterative and incremental approach to software development that emphasises customer collaboration, flexibility, and rapid response to change. It provides a framework for teams to organise their work, plan and execute Sprints, and deliver value to customers. By adopting an Agile with Scrum approach, teams can deliver high-quality software more quickly and respond to changing customer needs more effectively.


I. Introduction (15 minutes)

History & mindset

Agile's 4 values and 12 principles

Explain the importance of Agile and Scrum in today's business environment

Provide an overview of what participants can expect to learn

II. Agile principles and values (30 minutes)

Define Agile and its key principles and values

Discuss how Agile differs from traditional project management methodologies

Emphasise the importance of embracing an Agile mindset

III. Scrum framework (60 minutes)

Describe the Scrum framework and its key components: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Sprint, and Increment

Explain the roles of the Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team

Discuss the importance of each component and role in the Scrum framework

IV. Sprint Planning (60 minutes)

Define Sprint Planning and explain its purpose

Walk through the steps involved in Sprint Planning

Highlight the importance of collaboration and communication during Sprint Planning

V. Daily Scrum (30 minutes)

Explain the purpose of the Daily Scrum

Describe how the Daily Scrum works and what is expected of participants

Share tips for facilitating effective Daily Scrums

VI. Sprint Review (45 minutes)

Define Sprint Review and explain its purpose

Walk through the steps involved in Sprint Review

Discuss the importance of stakeholder involvement in Sprint Review

VII. Sprint Retrospective (45 minutes)

Define Sprint Retrospective and explain its purpose

Walk through the steps involved in Sprint Retrospective

Emphasise the importance of continuous improvement and learning in Sprint Retrospective

VIII. Scaling Scrum (30 minutes)

Discuss how Scrum can be scaled for larger teams and projects

Introduce frameworks such as Scrum of Scrums, Nexus, and LeSS

Highlight the challenges and benefits of scaling Scrum

IX. Agile metrics and reporting (30 minutes)

Discuss the importance of measuring progress in Agile projects

Introduce key Agile metrics such as velocity, burndown charts, and cumulative flow diagrams

Explain how to use these metrics to report on project progress and make data-driven decisions

X. Conclusion (15 minutes)

Summarise the key takeaways from the course

Invite participants to ask questions and share their feedback

Provide resources for further learning on Agile and Scrum



1. Catalyst: Expert Open Source Solutions

2. International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile)


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The course is suitable for both beginners who are new to Agile and Scrum, as well as experienced practitioners who want to deepen their understanding and improve their skills. It is also relevant for individuals who are involved in non-IT projects and want to adopt an Agile approach to project management.

Anyone who wants to learn how to deliver value more quickly, respond to change more effectively, and improve collaboration and communication within their teams and with stakeholders can benefit from attending the Agile with Scrum course.The Agile with Scrum course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning about Agile and Scrum, including:


The objective of the course is to introduce participants to Agile with Scrum and provide them with a solid understanding of the key principles, values, and practices that are essential for successful implementation. By the end of the course, participants should be able to:


Participants will achieve upon completing the Agile with Scrum course:

By achieving these learning outcomes, participants can improve their productivity, deliver higher quality products, and contribute to their organization's success by adopting an Agile approach.


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