The agenda for this session is to bring a fun filled way to do scrum and have the basics brushed up again.

This session will be a practical session on how to do Scrum.

Take away's would be the lessons and experience of doing Scrum in a workshop mode.

This is a hand-on for any one who is looking to see or be a participant of how to do Scrum effectively.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Hands on Session

- What is a sprint?

- Ground rules for the sprints to be done

- Sprint Covering the following

- Team Formation

- Project Allocation

- Sprint Backlog

- Sprint Planning

- Daily Stand-up

- Sprint Review

- Sprint Retrospection

- Lessons Learnt

Learning Outcome

- Experience Scrum

- Have fun learning about Scrum

- Understand key points to remember for every scrum ceremony / meetings

- Get an working exposure on Scrum

Target Audience

Anyone who is interested to practice Scrum in a multiple sprints.

Prerequisites for Attendees

- Knowledge of basic scrum is appreciated, but not mandatory

- Agile beginners

- Anyone looking for having a hands on experience with Scrum in a fun filled way

- Zero prior experience with working on Sprints is expected

- No coding to be done, No laptop or any other tools required

- Not recommended for advance practitioners

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