This training is aimed at instilling the core beliefs of Agile and Scrum and creating a transparent and collaborative environment, where the team succeeds as a single entity. SCRUM is an Agile project management method, that focuses on short and focused work periods called “SPRINTS”.

During this 2-day course, participants will learn to apply the Scrum framework to build new products. They will learn what it feels like to be on a Scrum team – experiencing many of the challenges they’re likely to face – while being coached by a Certified Scrum Coach, who has been involved with the application of Scrum at many organizations.

 Overview of Scrum & Agile Practices
  • What are Scrum and Agile?
  • The Scrum Framework
  • Modern Scrum vs. Original Scrum
  • Scrum-Appropriate Projects
  • Scrum Roles, Ceremonies and Artifacts

Roles and Responsibilities

  • ScrumMaster, Product Owner and the Team
  • Sprint Planning
  • The Daily Standup
  • Review
  • Retrospective
  • The Scrum Master Role
  • ScrumMaster vs. Project Manager
  • Training your Product Owner
  • Understanding Flow
  • Enhancing Communication
  • Emergent Leadership vs. Command and Control
  • Facilitation Techniques
  • Building and Guiding the Team

Producing a Well-Formed Team

  • Cross-Functional Teams
  • Colocated Teams vs. Distributed Teams
  • Encouraging Ownership and Accountability
  • Living and Encouraging the Scrum Values
  • Establishing the Team’s Social Contract
  • Maturing a Team
  • Respecting the Product
  • Stories and The Backlog

Writing Stories

  • Definition of Done
  • Backlog Grooming and Refinement
  • Stakeholder Requests and Desires
  • Prioritization Factors
  • Scrum in the Organization

Quality and Value in the Product

  • Tracking Progress to Inform Decision Making
  • Burndown Graphs and Buildup Charts
  • Agile Tooling, the Pros and Cons
  • Scaling and Extending Scrum

There is no right or wrong person to attend Certified ScrumMaster training. In fact, the most successful Agile adoptions have included training for everyone, right down to Finance and Sales staff. Scrum training is especially appropriate for anyone in the corporate structure dealing with rapidly changing demands.

In a traditional organization, these roles might include:

  • Developers
  • Testers
  • Directors
  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • CXOs
  • Architects
  • Coders
  • Designers
  • Technical Writers
  • SMEs
  • Product Managers
  • Stakeholders
  • Analysts
  • QA Staff
  • Engineers
  • 2 Year Scrum Alliance Membership
  • 99% Exam Pass Rate
  • Free Scrum Study Guide
  • 14 Audit Proof PMI PDUs
  • Free Agile Tool Get to Done®
  • Accredited Training from Experts
  • Fun and Memorable Training Experience



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