Category Archives for Scrum Master


[Recap] Day 4 Scrum Events [Scrum Master Certification]

✔️ Sprint Planning initiates the Sprint by laying out the work 🧩 to be performed for the Sprint. This resulting plan is created by the collaborative work of the entire Scrum Team. 🏢 ✔️ Why is this Sprint valuable? ✔️ What can be done this Sprint? ✔️ How will the chosen work get done? ✔️ […]

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Agile Estimations & Its Techniques | Beginners Guide

👉 Agile estimation is the project management mechanism used to derive an idea about the costs💵 and effort🏋🏻‍♂️ involved in executing a project. 👉 This helps in deciding whether the work can be undertaken as proposed, needs to be modified, or should be canceled. 👉 Agile Estimation techniques help teams in better coordination, improved decision […]

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User Story in Scrum: Overview, Need & Template

👉 A user story or agile/ scrum user story is a tool🛠️ that’s used in agile software development and product management for the representation🗂️ of the smallest unit of work in the framework. 👉 In scrum, user stories are added to sprints and “burned down” over the duration of the sprint. It’s this work on […]

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[Recap] Day 6 Product Planning, Agile Estimation & Fibonacci Sequence [Scrum Master Certification]

✔️ Product Planning is the ongoing process of identifying 🧩 and articulating market requirements that define a product’s feature set. It serves as the basis for decision-making about price, distribution, and promotion 🏢 ✔️ What is a product vision? ✔️ What is a product roadmap? ✔️ What is the difference between MMF & MVP? ✔️ […]

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Scrum Master vs Product Owner: Which Role is Suitable For You

Scrum Master & Product Owner: The two most important roles in a Scrum team. Though they seem similar, there are significant differences between the two. 👉 The product owner on a scrum team takes responsibility for developing high-value products. They specialize🧑🏻‍🚒 in the oversight of development teams and meticulously analyze project decisions to ensure they […]

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Introduction To Sprint in Scrum & Its Uses

👉 A sprint is one timeboxed⏱️ iteration of a continuous development cycle♻️, and within this sprint, a planned amount of work has to be completed by the team and made ready for review. 👉 In Scrum, we typically work in sprints depending on the extent of the overall project. In a sense, one Sprint within […]

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[Recap] Day 3 Scrum Artifacts and User Stories [Scrum Master Certification]

✔️ Scrum’s Artifacts represent work or value. They are designed 🧩 to maximize the transparency of key information. Thus, everyone inspecting them has the same basis for adaptation🏢. ✔️ Each Artifact contains a commitment to ensure it provides information that enhances transparency 👥 and focus against which progress can be measured: • For the Product […]

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[Recap] Day 2 Scrum Overview [Scrum Master Certification]

✔️ Scrum is a methodology or framework🧩 used to manage product development based on iterative and incremental processes in the corporate world🏢. ✔️ Scrum plays a crucial role in establishing a hypothesis, challenges, and solutions for a good project approach. It is beneficial for the small teams 👥handling a project with changing deliverables and regular […]

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Scrum vs Kanban: Agile Methodologies Comparison

Scrum vs Kanban is a discussion about two different strategies used to implement an agile development or project management system. Kanban methodologies are continuous and more fluid, whereas scrum is based on short, structured work sprints. Scrum is a framework that enables people to address complex adaptive problems. It aims to productively and creatively deliver products […]

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[Recap] Day 1 Introduction To Agile & Scrum [Scrum Master Certification]

Agile is the ability to create and respond to change. It is a way to deal with and ultimately succeed in an uncertain and turbulent environment. It is an umbrella term for a set of frameworks and practices based on the values and principles expressed in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development and the 12 Principles behind […]

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