Intensive Certified Scrum Master Training with Peter Stevens
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.
Remember your best project? When everybody was pulling together? When you were building a great product or service and your customers or stakeholders were really happy? Are you living that project now? Imagine what it would be like if every project were one of your best? What would that be like? What would it mean for you, your team, your company and your customers?
This is why people do Scrum!
Scrum is a simple team-based framework for solving complex problems (like software development). This course teaches you the mindset and the practices to make that vision a reality: That this project can be your best project ever!
Why is this class "intensive"? The number of participants is strictly limited to 10 people. You will have plenty of opportunity to work with the trainer or in small groups!
- Scrum Principles and Values
- Scrum Roles – Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team
- Scrum Meetings, Sprint Planning & Review, Daily Scrum, Retrospective
- Scrum Artifacts – Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment
- Significance of “Done”
- User Stories and Acceptance Criteria
- Release Estimating and Planning
- Hands-on experience doing Scrum
23-24 Oct 2012
Schulungsraum 'zum Talgarten'
Discounted seats available. Contact Saat Network GmbH for more information.
• Coffee & Registration: 9.00am
Participants qualify for Certification as a ScrumMaster by the Scrum Alliance. An additional is required. The test fee is included in your course costs.
The MasterClass series of one-day workshops provides advanced training to help people improve the performance, profitability and agility of their Scrum and Agile-based teams and companies.
Day 1 - Scrum Values and Principles
- What makes an ideal project?
- What is Scrum in 25 words or less?
- Why is Scrum so different than traditional project management?
- How and why does Scrum work?
- What does it feel like to be in a Scrum Project?
- How do you really do Scrum?
- Why is focus essential to performance and success?
Day 2 - Scrum Core Practices and other Well Known Agile Practices
- What are the roles in Scrum and how to they relate to established job functions?
- What do managers do in a Scrum organization?
- How do you specify and estimate work?
- How do you plan and monitor a release? How do you hit a deadline?
- How do you improve team performance with Scrum?
This course is intended for anyone involved in a Scrum Project, e.g. Developers, ScrumMasters, Product-Owners, Managers, Testers, Change Agents, Business Analysts, Project and Program Managers.