Agile and Scrum

Agile and Scrum eLearning Course

4.46 out of 5
(13 customer reviews)


$168 – £129 – A$217

by Nader K. Rad

Covers the Agile concept in dept, with a practical and reasonable approach, followed by a full training of Scrum framework, and an introduction to Kanban. Equal to 24 hours of classroom course (PDU information)

This product can be used to prepare for the ASF certification as well.

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Product Description

by Nader K. Rad

Equal to 24 hours of classroom course

This practical course is a simple way of learning the real meaning of Agility and understand its essential differences with traditional methods. Then it is time to learn the most famous Agile framework, Scrum; with all the details of course. There are also two additional lessons on Kanban and ScrumBan at the end of the course.

Contents (click here to open)

Introduction to the Course

The Agility Concept

Introduction to Agility

Development Lifecycles

The 45% Disaster

Agile Manifesto and Principles

When to Use Agile

Scope Management

Agile Planning

Agile Practices

False Agility

Scrum Framework

Introduction to Scrum

Roles and Responsibilities


Events Introduction


Sprint Planning

Daily Standup

Sprint Review

Sprint Retrospective


Product Backlog Refinement

Product Backlog – General

Product Backlog – Ordering the Stories

Product Backlog – Estimating

Sprint Backlog


Definition of Done

Project Performance Measurement

Sprint Performance Measurement

Scaled Scrum

Contract Types



Additional Resources and Certifications

Besides learning Agile and Scrum, this course also prepares you for the ASF (Agile Scrum Foundation) certificate. Many participants have used this course to prepare for their PSM I, PSPO I, and PMI-ACP exams as well.

Coyright notice: PSM, Professional Scrum Master, PSPO, and Professional Scrum Product Owner are trademarks of EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation is obviously from EXIN, and PMI-ACP is, well, from PMI


Introduction video:


Development Lifecycles video:


Estimating video:


Each lesson is a combination of a video, and text summary of the important points, and a quiz.

PMI® PDUs awarded for this course

Management Plaza, as a PMI’s Registered Education Provider (R.E.P), awards you with the following PDUs when you complete your course:

Certificate Technical PDUs Leadership PDUs Strategic PDUs
PMP® 18 2 4
PgMP® 18 2 4
PfMP® 2 2 4
PMI-PBA® 1 2 4
PMI-ACP® 18 2 4
PMI-RMP® 0.5 2 4
PMI-SP® 2 2 4

The course is registered with PMI, and the PDUs are approved. When your course completion is registered with PMI, all PDUs will be automatically considered for your certifications and you won’t need to enter them manually and justify them.

The above information is based on the new PMI’s CCR system that governs PDUs.

13 reviews for Agile and Scrum eLearning Course

  1. Albert
    3 out of 5


    Nader is an excellent trainer and explains the concepts in a simple easy to understand language. I feel the interpretation of the questions in the exam is going to be a challenge.
    example : who is expected to participate in daily scrum which is treated differently when it is “Who is expected to attend the daily scrum”

  2. Priscila
    5 out of 5


    Excellent course, and excellent trainer.

  3. Karen
    4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This is a very good course. It explains the material well. The cost of this course is very reasonable, affordable and worth the money for learning about the Product Owner role. The questions that I had on the material were answered by e-mails. The simulated exams are very good because they have nice detailed explanations and cover a lot of material. There is a good variety of questions included in the simulated exams. The on-line course includes much more information on the Product Owner role than in the Scrum Guide. I learned a lot from this course.

    However, some of the material does not correspond to what is available on the Scrum.Org Forums. Inconsistency in this material seems to exist in areas that are not clear in the Scrum Guide or where there are differences between material in earlier versions of the Scrum Guide and the current version. After I took the on-line course and the PSPO I Simulated Exams, I reviewed the Scrum Org Forums and found differences in some of the material. I then asked some of the same questions that I asked to the author of this Management Plaza class on Scrum Org Forums, and got different answers from some of the Professional Scrum Trainers. These questions dealt with what could change during the Sprint. The answers I got from Scrum Org was that during the Sprint the “Definition of Done” could change as long as quality goals don’t decrease and the Product Backlog Items could change as long as there is no negative impact to the Sprint Goal. Another question that I got a different answer on was that there is only one time-box for the Sprint Planning, not two separate time-boxes, as there was in the past, which is considered the correct answer on the on-line part of this course.

    In addition to discrepancies between the course material and the Scrum Org Forum there was a discrepancy between an answer on a PSPO I Simulated Exam and the PSM I Simulated Exam. The question was in regards to who supports the Scrum Master in resolving impediments. There was also no reference to Evidence-Based Management , which deals with the Key Value Areas (KVAs) of Current Value, Time to Market and Ability to Innovate and the Key Value Measures (KVMs) for each of them, in the Management Plaza materials. These may be indirectly mentioned through the questions and answers on the PSPO I Simulated exams and some of the on-line course material but not in the same way as presented on Scrum Org. I mention Evidence-Based Management because it is referenced as key material to study for the PSPO I Exam by multiple sources.

    I have not taken the PSPO I Exam due to inconsistencies and discrepancies between sources on the material. There are even inconsistencies between Scrum.Org, the Scrum Guide and the books to learn about Scrum recommended by Scrum.Org to prepare for the exam. Based on these discrepancies I couldn’t be sure how to answers questions on the exam because I wouldn’t know the right answer from the perspective of Scrum.Org’s exam. Perhaps there wouldn’t be any questions on the areas with inconsistencies or discrepancies between sources. But I did not want to take that chance. The new version of the Scrum Guide that came out in November 2017 may also create more inconsistencies between the various sources of materials.

    Karen Sullivan, PMP, PSM1

  4. Abhijit Bhattacharjee
    5 out of 5


    Like the teaching and the knowledge. Great.

  5. Khosro
    5 out of 5


    Inhave just finish this course and I really enjoyed it. It is very easy to understand and right to the point. You will learn pretty much everything you need for scrum and Agil environment. I always see nothing but professionalism from Mr. Rad and I really appreciate it.
    I woukd like to thanks all the Management Plaza team for creating such a good elearning course.

    • Leonardo Plaza


      Hello Khosro,

      I want to give you a BIG Thank You on behalf of all of the Management Plaza Team. We feel happy to know you have found our Training Material useful.
      Success on your career! :-)

  6. Anil
    3 out of 5


    Question: Does this course give the credits needed for CSM in class hours?

    • Nader K. Rad


      Anil, as far as I know, you must take classroom courses for the CSM certification. The alternative for those you prefer elearning or self-study is PSM.

  7. Diane
    4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Great instructor. Engaging and simplified the jargon!

  8. Alfred
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Alfred SAVADOGO (PMP, ITIL Expert)

    Excellent course, and excellent trainer.

  9. Markus
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    What a wonderful course. Completing this after already completing the PSM I Course, has given me a great deal more detail and food for thought about agility overall. I felt well prepared and passed the exam with 90%.

    Thank you!

  10. Gurjeet
    5 out of 5


    Awesome way of explaining

  11. Kiran
    4 out of 5


    I learned a lot about Agile and Scrum by watching the videos. I got 96% in the exam. Many thanks for the eLearning course as I could do it in my own pace.

  12. Patrick Tully
    5 out of 5


    I learned much more from this course that I did on the classroom training. I got 95% in the exam, many thanks.

  13. Marie Van Laer
    5 out of 5


    Excellent course –
    The training style in the videos makes Agile Scrum easy to learn and I was very confident to take the online exam after using your online Exam Simulator. I have already started using Scrum at our work.

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