The Scrum Academy of Alabama

ScrumAA: The Scrum Academy of Alabama

Welcome to The Scrum Academy of Alabama ScrumAA, Training Center website.

As of June 2017, the Scrum Academy of Alabama has become a fully Accredited Educational Center by The American Board for Management and Human Resources ABMHR http://www.abmhr.org under the certificate number 100

The Scrum Academy of Alabama - ABMHR Accredited Center
ScrumAA: ABMHR Accredited Center

 

ScrumAA History

The Academy was founded in 2016 in Huntsville, Alabama by an accredited Scrum trainer, who is also a certified PMP from the Project Management Institute.

After the founder had successfully coached and trained three Nashville based organization in the Scrum/Agile methodology, the idea of establishing an Academy to become an open forum for all organizations had come to light especially after the methodology has become a must-have process by the US market.

For more information please visit our page About the Academy

ScrumAA Goals

ScrumAA: Scrum Process

ScrumAA Goals

The Academy’s main goal is to help organizations and institutions improving their performance by quickly adapting to changes and pushing new IT solutions to the market while maximizing the return on investment

Our trainers are highly familiar with the Scrum Methodology and have successfully coached a number of organizations in the full transitioning to the Scrum methodology from the traditional project management approach, the Waterfall.

We have more than 8 years of experience as both trainers and practitioners and we will guide and train your organization to become a very mature organization in a short period of time

Please read more about The ScrumAA by visiting the “About Us” page

About ScrumAA

About ScrumAA

We believe

that any organization, especially in the Information Technology industry, is operating in a very competitive market where time to market is crucial.

Meeting customers’ expectations, delivering projects on-time, while quickly responding to change are the key ingredients to success. We at ScrumAA know the recipe and it’s just a matter of time for us to help you put it together.

ScrumAA: Scrum Cycle

Our Courses

Our courses cover a wide range of carefully selected topics and they are aligned with the Scrum Alliance standards:

  • Scrum Overview
  • Scrum Team Roles and Responsibilities
  • The Scrum Process
  • Sprint Planning and Management
  • Leading and Managing Scrum Teams
  • Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective
  • Definition of Done and why it’s important
  • Return of Investment in Scrum
  • Project Backlog Development and Management
  • Backlog Estimates and Prioritization
  • Release Requirements Planning
  • Release Planning
  • Overcoming Organizational Impediment

SrumAA: AElmubarak

Meet the Team

Ammar Elmubarak is a Scrum Coach, Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), and an IT Project Manager with 12+ years of successful experience in the Software Engineering industry. His area of expertise is heavily concentrated in the Software Project Management area utilizing both Waterfall and SCRUM methodologies.

Ammar has successfully led the complete transitioning from the traditional project management approach (Waterfall) into full Agile/Scrum in 3 different Nashville based organization.

As a Senior Project Manager at NASA, Ammar has introduced the PM team into Scrum and he is currently coaching, training, and managing different Scrum teams within the organization.

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ABMHR ORG Accreditation

As of June 2017, the Academy has become a fully Accredited Educational Center by The American Board for Management and Human Resources ABMHR http://www.abmhr.org under the certificate number 100

Why Scrum?

Scrum is an iterative and incremental agile software development methodology for managing product development. It defines “a flexible, holistic product development strategy where a development team works as a unit to reach a common goal”, challenges assumptions of the “traditional, sequential approach” to product development Scrum enables teams to self-organize by encouraging physical co-location or …

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