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.
Three day certification course that expands on Agile Product Management!
AgileEvolution and Enthiosys are pleased to present an extended, three-day course devoted to providing you the pinnacle experience in Certified Scrum Training. The additional third day will allow the time necessary to help you understand the basics of effective product management in an agile/scrum environment. Producing 'potentially shippable product' in a 30-day cycle puts enormous strain on an organization. Connecting silos of skill workers into cross-functional teams has its challenges as well. Learn the most effective ways to bring the business needs and developers' solutions together to create the right product the first time!
This course will help you understand through lecture, exercises and role-play exactly why the ScrumMaster role is so critical to a successful Scrum adoption. Additionally, you will learn how the Product Manager transitions from what’s traditionally an external-facing role to learning to work with the delivery team. Moreover, we’ll give you real-world examples of backlogs, planning sessions, and ideas we’ve gathered along the way throughout our practice and experience.
April 30 - Product Manager Focus
May 1-2 - Certified ScrumMaster Training
30 Apr - 2 May 2007
Mountain View, CA, CA
Hilton Garden Inn
This three-day course will teach you what being a ScrumMaster is all about. That means understanding how to motivate a team, how to work within the Scrum framework, and how to create product in thirty days. We've expanded this course to talk about how Product Managers can help the team succeed and deliver the right product the first time.
- Intro to Agile concepts and benefits
- Intro to Scrum
- The Scrum Framework
- Product Backlogs
- Sprint Backlogs
- Scrum Reporting
- Traditional vs. Scrum Product Manager
- Planning outside the sprint
- Backlog Management (including writing product vision statements, working with multiple users or divisions of the organization, writing user stories, effective prioritization)