Building a Scrum Toolbox Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 21m
  • 21 questions
The Building a Scrum Toolbox Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your working exposure to basic Scrum tools. You will be evaluated on your ability to build a product backlog, sprint backlog, and user story, as well as your recognition of Scrum task board elements and using Jira for Scrum projects. You will also be evaluated on your skills in using GitHub to track sprints, making request forms in Wrike, recognizing the key features of popular Scrum management tools, and addressing conflict resolution in Scrum. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they are competent in using Scrum tools and can quickly assess Scrum tool benefits and best practices. They can work mostly independently after receiving direction from a more experienced Scrum team member.

Topics covered

  • build an effective user story
  • build a product backlog with key elements
  • build a sprint backlog with key elements
  • create an impact map that includes key elements
  • create a Scrum project in Jira
  • create a sprint in Jira
  • create user stories in Jira
  • identify best practices for commit logs in GitHub
  • identify best practices for using Scrum task boards
  • identify key considerations for selecting Scrum tools
  • identify questions to ask when choosing Scrum tools
  • identify the key features and benefits of the Monday Scrum management tool
  • identify the value of effective problem-solving in Scrum
  • list the benefits of Smartsheet software for Scrum
  • make request forms in Wrike
  • navigate the elements of a scrum task board
  • recognize best practices for conflict resolution in Scrum
  • recognize the benefits of using the sprint retrospective template in Wrike
  • recognize the key features and benefits of ClickUp software for Scrum
  • set up folders in Wrike
  • use GitHub to track sprints