CERTIFIED SCRUM MASTER
Our training provides strong insights in the processes, tools and mindset of a Scrum Master. After completing this training you’ll be ready to start your certification.
This workshop follows on the “Scrum Essentials” training and delves deeper into the specifics of the role of the Scrum Master. You get an in-depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of the Scrum Master. A role in which you, as the guardian of the process, will serve as a servant leader and effective team leader.
Through your support, the team will be capable of taking ownership of the project without having the need to rely on your intervention.
This training fits who’s already familiar with Agile (by means of Certified Agile training or otherwise) but wants to take on the role of A Scrum Master. It offers a straight-to-the-point practical introduction, filled with tools and cases of Scrum. It suits those looking to manage a project in a way with more focus on managing risk and changing requirements. Either due to market changes, disruption, scarcity of job applicants, etc.
This training offers a Practical framework accessible to all who has little to no knowledge of Scrum or Agile:
- Business Unit Managers
- Team leaders
- Team Leaders
- Everyone interested in Scrum and helping their team
A prerequisite for this training is a prior experience in working in an Agile environment, with a Scrum certificate, or having gone through any other similar Agile Fundamentals training.
After completing this training you’ll be familiar with the ins & outs of a Scrum Master role and learn more of:
- The scope of Scrum Master responsibilities
- How to lead effective Scrum ceremonies
- What the ideal Scrum team looks like
- How to engage people according to the rules of Scrum
We share tips & tricks that help you in your work as a Scrum Master.
A short summary of the schedule of the day:
- What does the role of Scrum Master encompass?
- Events and artifacts of Scrum of importance to a Scrum Master
- Responsibilities of a Scrum Master
- The do’s and don’ts of a Scrum Master
- Rules for creating and using a Scrum board
- The Daily stand-up
- Planning poker and other relative estimations techniques
- Monitoring the sprint planning
- Do’s and don’ts in Scrum events
- Keeping the fun in retrospectives
- Servant leadership
- Coaching – How to communicate and coach teams depending on team Maturity
- Roleplay – The Scrum Master & Scrum Team in action
- Q & A