Certified ScrumMaster®

Certified Scrum Master

Organization

Mad Parrot Consulting, LLC

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 24-25 February, 2014
    Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Regular Price: 10,000 HKD

    The course is designed with these goals:

    Provide a deep knowledge of Scrum

    Detail the role of the Scrum Master

    Discuss problems in leadership of Scrum teams 

    Throughout the course, participants will examine Scrum from both the process and Scrum Master perspectives. The emphasis is on establishing a detailed understanding of Scrum as described in the major references, and also on the practical application of Scrum principles in a real world environment by a trained Scrum Master.  Situations provided by participants will be used as training exercises.

    Participants should read at least one source on Scrum before the course. Sources would include:

    http://www.scrum.org/Scrum-Guides

    http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/scrum-xp-from-the-trenches http://agileatlas.org/atlas/scrum (by the Scrum Alliance and not by the instructor)

    The course starts by establishing the foundations of Scrum within the thought framework called “Agile” and follows by examining the major foundations of the Scrum Process Framework itself.

    The class then experiences a simulation of many of the major features of Scrum via a classroom exercise. The exercise serves to make the nature and purpose of many of the details of scrum more alive and understandable to the class.

    From this point on, we will conduct a detailed examination of Scrum from top to bottom, starting with the Product Backlog. The class will create a Product Backlog and in the process discover the nature and use of User Stories and also the techniques of Product Backlog Refinement. Agile Release Planning is also used as an example of Agile problem-solving and planning techniques that revolve around the Product Backlog.

    Scrum practices such as…

    Story Splitting

    Estimation and Planning Techniques

    Sprint Planning

    Definition of Done

    Facilitating the Daily Scrum

    Facilitating Retrospectives

    … will all be explored via classroom exercises.

    At the end of the course, students will have a thoroughly integrated view of Scrum and the role of the Scrum Master, and they will be prepared to lead a Scrum team in most commercial software development environments.

      

     

    All CSM courses are taught by Certified Scrum Trainers. Taking a CSM course, passing the CSM test, and accepting the license agreement designates you as a Certified ScrumMaster, which indicates that you have been introduced to and understand the basic concepts you need to perform as a ScrumMaster or team member on a Scrum team. This course also satisfies two elements of the CSD track: Scrum Introduction and Elective.

  • Details

    Date: 24-25 February, 2014
    Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Venue:
    Cliftons
    Level 5, Hutchison House
    10 Harcourt Road Central
    Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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    Regular Price: 10,000 HKD

  • Agenda

    Module: Intro, Orientation and Agreements

    Module: Agile Overview

                Agile Manifesto

                Agile Principles

                Agile Development Model

                Benefits of Scrum

                Exercise: Airplane Manufacturing

    Module: Scrum Overview

                Empirical Process Control

                Foundations of Scrum Transparency, Inspection, and Adaptation

                Scrum Framework

                Teams

                Exercise: Self-Organization

    Module: Release Planning

    Module: The Product Backlog

                Product Owner Role

                User Stories

                Exercise: Build a backlog

    Module: Backlog Refinement

                Relative Estimation and Sizing

                Exercise: Team Estimation Game

                Planning Poker

                Story Splitting

                Prioritization

    Module: Sprint Planning

                Levels of Planning

                Definition of Ready

                Definition of Done

                Exercise: Importance of the Definition of Done

                Capacity Planning

                Task Planning

                Burndown Charts

                Exercise: Create a Spring Backlog

                UX Design and Offline Planning

    Module: The Sprint

                Incremental Delivery

                Engineering Practices for Software Development

                Daily Scrum

                Exercise: Daily Scrum

                Task Boards

    Module: Review and Retrospective

                Sprint Review

                Retrospective Structure

                Conducting a Retrospective

    Module: Real Life Scrum

                Exercise: Scrum Value Proposition

                When is scrum applicable?

                Scrum Master in Real Life

                Exercise: Management Styles

                Role Conflicts

                Scrum Values

  • Who Should Attend

    This course will be valuable for people new to Scrum and people with Scrum experience who want to sharpen their understanding. Current and new Scrum Masters will benefit greatly. For those about to become Scrum Masters for the first time, the course will provide the background you need to help you get started.