Certified ScrumMaster

Certified ScrumMaster

Organization

DasScrumTeam AG

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 2-3 July, 2009
    Location: Madrid, Spain

    Regular Price: €1300 excl. VAT

    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: 2-3 July, 2009
    Location: Madrid, Spain

    Venue:
    NH Alberto Aguilera
    Alberto Aguilera, 18
    Madrid, 28015 Spain
    http://www.nh-hotels.com/nh/en/hotels/spain/madrid/nh-alberto-aguilera.html

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    Regular Price: €1300 excl. VAT

    Notes

    Your Trainer

    Andreas Schliep, Certified Scrum Trainer, born 1969, had many years of experience as a software developer, team leader and project manager before he focused on Scrum Coaching and Training in 2006. He brings combined practical experience from the day to day challenges of software projects with the experieneces of various Scrum Implementations in Europe and South America.

    Certification

    Participants who successfully complete the course become Certified Scrum Masters and receive a 1 year membership in the Scrum Alliance.

    Special Community Offer

    Members of the Agile Alliance, Scrum Alliance or Agile Spain groups receive an additional 10% discount to the early bird price if they register before February 26, 2009.

     

     

  • Agenda

    The content of this course is directed strongly by the needs of the participants. The following is a guideline and the exact contents are tailored to the needs of the students.

    Day 1

    • Introductions
    • Overview: Goals, What is Scrum?
    • Agile versus traditional: Values, Principles, Thought Patterns
    • Scrum Ingredients: Roles, Meetings, Artifacts
    • Scrum History: How did Scrum come to be
    • Starting Scrum: From the Vision to the Backlog to the First Sprint Planning

    Day 2

    • Product Owner: Support by Prioritizing, Planning and Communication
    • The Team: Organizing self-organization
    • The ScrumMaster: How do I fill the role?
    • Finishing the Sprint and Scrum Reporting: Getting in the Groove
    • Typical Scrum Problems: Case Studies and Countermeasures
    • Live Scrum 59
    • Scrum Team Works: Toosl, Scaling, Techniques
    • My task as ScrumMaster: Questions and Answers
    • Now what?
  • Who Should Attend

    This course is ideal for Scrum Masters, Project Leaders, Product Owners or IT Managers who wish to deepen their understanding of Scrum.

    Good command of the English language is required.