The e-learning shows the background and development of scrum. This enables the participants to classify and understand scrum. At the center are the basics of scrum as described by Jeff Sutherland in his book "The Scrum Revolution". The references to the Toyota principle and the Plan-Do-Check-Act method show that scrum had a broader horizon than software development from the beginning. Based on this, the essential characteristics of scrum are described: working in teams, focused work and the division into product owner, scrum master and team. The participants also learn what the basic organization of a project looks like according to scrum. The e-learning brings all participants to a high level of knowledge about scrum. It is ideal for the preparation for scrum projects and for the preparation for the different scrum roles.
Employees of all hierarchical levels who will work in Scrum teams in the future
employees who are interested in Scrum and/or who are preparing for further education to become a Product Owner or Scrum Master
Understanding the idea behind Scrum
Knowing how Scrum works
Understanding what roles are important in Scrum
Knowing how a Scrum board is organized
Learning how to implement a project based on Scrum