Exin Agile Scrum Foundation Workbook

EXIN Agile Scrum™ Foundation Workbook

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Written by Nader K. Rad and Frank Turley
88 pages, PDF format

This ebook is a full resource for 1) learning the agility concept and the Scrum framework, and 2) preparing for the EXIN Agile Scrum™ Foundation exam and get certified.
This book is the official resource for the EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation exam.

This product is part of the ASF Certification Program.

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Written by Nader K. Rad and Frank Turley
88 pages, PDF format

EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation Workbook

This ebook is a full resource for:

  1. learning the agility concept and the Scrum framework
  2. preparing for the EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation exam and get certified

This book is approved by EXIN as a resource for the EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation exam.

Contents:

  • Agility Concept
    • Project Delivery Method and Lifecycle
    • Agile Manifesto
    • Agile Principles
    • When Can We Use Agile?
    • Managing the Scope
      • Type of Scope items
      • Adaptation of the Scope
      • Functional vs. Non-Functional Features
      • Bugs
      • Spikes
      • MoSCoW Prioritization
      • Keeping the Scope Dynamic
      • Product Scope in Agile Environments
    • The Timebox Concept
    • Planning Onion
    • Agile Practices
      • Pair Programming
        • Bus Factor
      • Test-Driven Development
      • Continuous Integration
      • Continuous Refactoring
      • Collective Code Ownership
      • Sustainable Pace
  • Scrum Framework
    • Quick Overview of the Scrum Framework
    • Scrum Roles
      • Scrum Team
      • Role 1: The Product Owner
      • Role 2: The Scrum Master
      • Role 3: The Development Team
      • Other Roles
      • Who Is the Project Manager?
      • Pigs and Chickens
    • Scrum Events
      • Introduction to Scrum Events
        • Timeboxing
        • Suitable Workspace
        • Osmotic communication
        • Managing Distributed Teams
      • Event 1: The Sprint
        • Setting the Duration of the Sprints
        • Overtime Work, Buffers, etc.
        • Canceling Sprints
        • Sprint 0
      • Event 2: Sprint Planning
      • Event 3: Daily Scrum
      • Event 4: Sprint Review
      • Event 5: Sprint Retrospective
      • Activity: Product Backlog Refinement
      • Slack
    • Scrum Artifacts
      • Artifact 1: Product Backlog
        • Product Backlog Items
          • User Stories
          • Epic User Stories
          • Themes
        • Estimating
          • Story Points
          • Planning Poker
          • Triangulation
          • Triangulation Board
          • Affinity estimation
          • Ideal hours / Ideal days
          • Re-estimating
        • Ordering the Product Backlog Items
        • Release Planning
      • Artifact 2: Sprint Backlog
        • Velocity
      • Artifact 3: Increment
      • Artifact 4: Definition of “Done”
        • Agile Documentation
        • Agile Testing
      • Artifact 5: Monitoring Progress toward a Goal
        • Information Radiators
        • Burn-Down Charts
        • Burn-Down Bars
        • Burn-Up Charts
        • Cumulative Flow Diagrams
        • Niko-niko calendar
      • Artifact 6: Monitoring Sprint Progress
      • Scaled Scrum
        • Roles
        • Product Ownership
        • Scrum of Scrums
        • Synchronization
        • Splitting Teams
      • Contract Types and Scrum
      • Scrum Prerequisites
  • Kanban
  • ScrumBan

2 reviews for EXIN Agile Scrum™ Foundation Workbook

  1. Lucia
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Excellent workbook covering pretty well all the ASF exam scope. There is no need to learn any other material in order to get prepared well for the examination. It is easy to read and understand with some good examples. Really worth buying.

  2. H.K
    4 out of 5

    :

    Good workbook for the foundation exam of SCRUM. It’s not hard to read and everything is explained very well.

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