Certified ScrumMaster

Certified ScrumMaster

+32 473 242749 or skype mmdevos

Organization

Agile Coaching TeamGenius -- mmdevos@acm.org

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 21-23 November, 2007
    Location: Oslo, Norway

    Regular Price: 17000 NKR

    ScrumMaster Certification 

    This scrumtraining will be run in cooperation with Program Utvikling Norway

    Kurset lærer deg avanserte teknikker for produkt- og iterasjonsplanlegging, prosjektstyring og samarbeid. Den smidige prosjektstyringsmetoden er myntet på prosjekter der det er avgjørende å reagere raskt på stadig endrete markedsbehov. Kurset gir deg tittelen Certified Scrum Master.

    This course will help participants understand advanced techniques for product and iteration planning, project management and collaboration. 
    The agile project management approach is targeted at projects where fast responsiveness to changing market demands is important and for organizations with innovative cultures.

    An agile project management approach will help dramatically improve a project team’s ability to cope with change and will improve project success rate. The attendees become Certified Scrum Master upon finishing the course.  Attendees get credits towards PMI certification

     

    ABOUT THE COURSE

    Martine Devos is offering a SPECIAL 3 DAY Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) training course in Oslo, Norway on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 21th to 23rd of October, 2007.  This three-day course will provide a comprehensive in-depth training in Scrum practice, taught by a ScrumAlliance Certified Scrum Trainer who trained ScrumMasters all over the world.  The course will cover all certification topics and focus on agile estimation, team work including onshore / offshore development using Scrum; release planning, agile requirements and agile management and lean principles.

      

    ABOUT THE CERTIFICATION

    All attendees who complete the course will become Certified ScrumMasters (CSMs), and will be listed on the Scrum Alliance website's CSM registry.  As Certified ScrumMasters, they will also receive an individual license, Scrum training materials, and Scrum templates, and they will have access to the Scrum Alliance website's ScrumMaster restricted areas.  Attendees who are Project Management Institute PMP's are eligible for 21 Professional Development Units.

    ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

    Martine Devos is organizational development consultant and trainer with comprehensive business background, strong analytical skills and passion for detecting and solving tough problems. 

    As a and assertive leader she brought many projects and product development efforts back on track in both government and services sector.

    She has extensive managerial experience in both traditional and agile environments. She mastered successive waves of technology innovation to conceptualize, design and deploy mission critical business-focused ICT solutions in Fortune 500 companies and in the public sector. 

    She trains and coaches teams in agile principles and practices of Scrum, Extreme Programming and Lean Software Engineering.  For her first Scrum project she got the title of ICT manager of the year in 1998.

    She initiated and successfully implemented organizational and cultural change initiatives at both companywide and team level in multicultural environments.

    She is a persuasive communicator, public speaker and published author focused on methods to bridge the semantic gap between business and technology.  She loves to teach and can do in English, French and Dutch.  She can answer questions in German and Spanish.   She has coaching and teaching experience on all continents. 

    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: 21-23 November, 2007
    Location: Oslo, Norway

    Venue:
    Program Utvikling
    Martin Lingesvei 17-25
    Oslo, Norway
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    Regular Price: 17000 NKR

  • Agenda
    Outline:
    1. The Vision of Agile Project Management
           Agile principles
           Lean software development principles
           The power of feedback

    2. Agile Practices – an overview from management perspective
    3. Identifying agile stakeholders and their roles
    4. Focus on Scrum and scrum master – principles, practices, roles, challenges
    5. Agile Customer?Product Owner Practices
        What product will we deliver
           Product vision and product datasheet
           Gathering requirements and building feature backlog
           Working with customers representatives
           Running vision workshop with multiple customers
           Writing and improving stories
           Prioritizing features
           Exploration spikes

    6. Agile Development Practices
           Deciding on good technical practices
           Quality
           Risk
           Planning for collaboration, communication and decision making

    7. Agile and Traditional Management
           Traditional and agile planning – similarities
           Agile projects and certification (CMMi, ISO ea.)

    8. Agile Estimation and Planning
           Creating release plans
           Iteration zero work
           Iteration?Sprint planning
           Risk

    9. The power of feedback ?? tracking progress and adapting
           Agile progress reporting and tracking
           Conducting daily meetings
           Sharing key project information
           Release and Iteration Planning and Reporting
           Running project retrospectives
           Conducting technical reviews
           Collecting and presenting project status information
           Determining adaptation needs

    10. Agile for large projects
           Facilitation for Agile transition
           Scrum of scrums and escalation
           Techniques for work with off?shore and non collacated teams

    11. Team work
           Forming a team
           Contributing to a team – preferences and strength
           Peer?to?peer collaboration ?? Group?to?group collaboration
           Running effective meetings
           Communities of practice and tools for knowledge sharing
           Leadership and empowerment
           Dialogue
           Creative Problem Solving
           Dealing with Conflict
           Becoming a Learning organization

    12. Facilitation tools for agile teams

    Approach:
    Lecture, short exercises and role play, “agile experience” approximately 1/3 of class time.
  • Who Should Attend
    Intended Audience:
    • Program and Project Managers
    • Team management and team members (developers, testers, customer representatives) of teams under high pressure (speed, changing requirements) and uncertainty.
    • Product Owners, Scrum coaches, XP Coaches,  Techical Managers
    • Team members of XP and Scrum teams who want to become better team players and leaders