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Certified ScrumMaster®
6/9/2012 12:00:00 AM Tom Mellor Babbage Simmel Columbus Campus 2300 W. 5th Ave Columbus OH 43215 United States of America 39.990164 -83.066022 1395 per person


Tom Mellor


  • Course

    Date: 9-10 June, 2012
    Location: Columbus, OH, United States of America

    Regular Price: $1,395 per person

    This weekend 2-day Certified ScrumMaster course introduces attendees to the values, principles, and practices of agile and the agile-based empirical Scrum product development framework.  Successful completers can become Certified ScrumMasters, a first step in the journey of learning Scrum and becoming proficient in its use.

    Attendees also learn the paradigm shifts that occur when organizations move from traditional linear / defined development environments to the adaptive / empirical agile environment and strategies and tactics used to support and manage the change that occurs.  Participants also will learn about the 3 Scrum roles (Team Member, Product Owner, and ScrumMaster), the 4 Scrum meetings (Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective) and process of building product in a time-boxed iteration called a Sprint.  Students will assume responsibility for their learning in the course and will work in small teams.  The course includes a detailed Scrum project simulation and other exercises that will reinforce course concepts. Participants will have opportunity to explore and apply self-organization and self-direct concepts that contribute most effectively to building a high performing team environment where quality can be built into a product through the empricial process of inspecting and adapting processes and products.

    After completing this course, the student should be able to:

    ·     Demonstrate the appropriate understanding and application of Scrum roles, practices, principles, and values

    ·     Apply appropriate analysis about how empirical the approach to project work should be (when to use Scrum)

    ·     Appreciate the skills, desired styles, and responsibilities of the Team, Product Owner and ScrumMaster

    ·     Accept and explain the rationale behind the absence of a project manager in Scrum

    ·     Apply Scrum estimating and planning techniques and practices

    ·     Understand the use and presentation of certain data used for inspecting and adapting to improve team performance and the product

    ·     Understand the criticality of building trust within and between Scrum teams and between teams and management

    ·     Understand the essence of team self-organization and self-direction to build high perfroming teams, and the necessity of servant leadership

    ·     Identify and deal with smells (pitfalls) that the organization and its teams may encounter that may impede the use of Scrum


    This course results in CSM certification.  It also fulfills the educational requirement in preparation for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP).





    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: 9-10 June, 2012
    Location: Columbus, OH, United States of America

    Babbage Simmel Columbus Campus
    2300 W. 5th Ave
    Columbus, OH 43215 United States of America

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    Regular Price: $1,395 per person

  • Agenda
    • Values and principles of agile and Scrum
    • Characteristics and behaviors desired in an agile-based organization
    • Empirical-based development versus defined-based development: differences and appropriate uses
    • The Scrum Framework: the practices, roles, artifacts, and meetings
    • Scrum odors and impediments to teams and organizations and how they might be avoided or dealt with
    • Application of agile and Scrum concepts through interactive exercises
    • Debunking agile and Scrum myths
    • Other items of interest as desired by the group
  • Who Should Attend

    This course is intended for those who wish to explore the benefits that agile and Scrum and  who want a foundational education in agile and Scrum values, principles and practices, and enjoy a learning format that is hands-on, experiential and Socratic.  Attendees will utilize a variety of exercises and resources to help them learn and apply Scrum in both software and non-software product development situations. 


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