Introduction to Scrum – Responsibilities and roles

About the Course

An introduction to the Scrum framework where participants will be provided an overview of Scrum, roles and responsibilities and the ceremonies (sprint planning, stand-up, retrospectives).

Participants will be able to learn through interactive activities and simulations to enhance their understanding of the Scrum framework.


  1. Gain base understanding of the Scrum framework and how it can be applied to solve complex business problems.
  2. Learn about the key roles and responsibilities within the Scrum framework.
  3. Learn how to develop a product backlog; estimate tasks with confidence and plan a sprint.
  4. Gain awareness and practical understanding of the Scrum ceremonies and how to use these ceremonies effectively
  • A pre-requisite of this workshop is that participants would have attended the Agile 101 course or have basic knowledge of the Scrum framework and concepts.
  • Managers, teams or individuals who are faced with solving complex business problems or working in an ambiguous environment.
  • If you are part of an agile team and want to gain confidence in understanding the language used; principles underpinning the Scrum framework; and interested to learn how to adopt the ceremonies effectively.

By breaking down the stigma associated with agile suitability for IT software development, our trainer has experience helping non-IT teams embrace agile by demonstrating the value and benefits to visualise work, manage flow, make rapid decisions quickly and manage issues and risks early.

Our trainer has proven experience in helping clients adopt pragmatic agile approaches through experience in Government; adopting agile practices to successfully deliver the Australian Marriage Survey. Our trainer has had engagements recently at forums such as Agile Australia, Agile Better Worlds, Finance Forums and upcoming event with Government Agility conference, Washington.

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