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ScrumLab PrimePrime members enjoy unrestricted access to all our webinars and advanced Scrum topics. It includes clear definitions and insightful videos from the inventor of Scrum on the most advanced topics in the agile community.
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Definition of Done Each Scrum Team has its own Definition of Done or consistent acceptance criteria across all User Stories. A Definition of Done drives the quality of work and is used to assess when a User Story has been completed. For an hour-long deep dive into...read more
Scrum at Scale™: Part 1 Scrum at Scale Part 1 introduces an object-oriented model for scaling Scrum across the business. The modular approach allows for the overall system to work together even if individual modules aren't agile. This allows the framework to support...read more
Points vs. Hours Estimation is a fundamental building block in Scrum. Without it Product Owners and Scrum Masters will struggle with securing a release date and showing velocity improvement. When adopting Scrum the tendency is to continue approximating in time….read more
Scrum for Hardware Scrum inventor Jeff Sutherland and WikiSpeed founder Joe Justice discuss eXtreme Manufacturing and how you can implement test-driven hardware development using the Scrum framework. Learn how WIKISPEED invented a new manufacturing process that can...read more
Retropectives One of the core principles in Scrum is the idea of continuous improvement. Each Sprint the Team engages in an inspect-and-adapt cycle during the Retrospective meeting. Beyond that, the Scrum Guide does not offer much insight into how to run a successful…read more
Definition of Ready Having a Definition of Ready means that stories must be immediately actionable. The Team must be able to determine what needs to be done and the amount of work required to complete the User Story or PBI. The Team must understand the "done"...read more
Calculating Business Value Calculating business value and using that insight to prioritize the Product Backlog is one of the most important things an Product Owner can do to drive profits and achieve a competitive advantage using Scrum. Estimated time for this course:…read more
The Scrum Team The Scrum Team is made up of the people who actually work on Product Backlog Items during a Sprint. In a software context, this group is most often called the Development Team. In other contexts, the simple term Team is often used. The Scrum...read more
Scrum Master The Scrum Master is tasked with making Scrum work. They work intimately with the Team, sometimes as a member. Their primary task is to remove Impediments and guide the team in Scrum practices. The Scrum Master does whatever it takes to help...read more
Product Backlog Items (PBI) Product Backlog Items (PBIs) are the elements that make up the Product Backlog. Estimated time for this course: 5 minutes Audience: Beginners Suggested Prerequisites: Scrum Framework Upon Completion you will: Know what kinds of items can be...read more
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Under what categories can I claim SEUs for Online courses?
- Attending Live online courses with a CST count under category B (small group training) - unlimited number of SEUs can count
- Attending Live online courses without a CST presenting or hosting would count as category F (synchronous learning) - up to 15 SEUs available
- Watching any Recorded courses (whether hosted by a CST or not) would count as category E (Asynchronous learning/independent study) - up to 15 additional SEUs available
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Can I earn PMI Professional Development Units (PDUs)?
Yes, PMPs can receive 1 Category B PDU for each hour spent on our online courses. You must claim all PDUs earned at Scrum Inc. events as Category B PDUs.
Scrum Inc. is not a pre-approved PMI education provider, but your time spent at our courses and interacting with ScrumLab can be claimed as PDUs. To learn how to claim your PDUs, visit the How to Submit PDUs for Courses & Training page on the PMI website. The bold text under Step #3 explains how to claim credit for classes and training offered by third-party providers.
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