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CSM Certified ScrumMaster


Agile Train


Jens Ostergaard

CSM Certified ScrumMaster

Start Date: May 10 2018
End Date: May 11 2018
Location: Orlando, FL
Language: English
Price: USD 1199

Marriott at Lake Nona
6955 Lake Nona Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827
(407) 856-9165

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Early Bird until May 7, USD 1199. After that 1299.

Learn the essentials of working as a ScrumMaster or Scrum team member in this course. While the Scrum Alliance provides a list of core concepts that must be covered in the class, each instructor creates his or her own material, allowing courses to differ based on the strengths, interests, and experiences of the instructor.

Jens Ostergaard have been a Certified ScrumTrainer since 2004. As an experienced Scrum trainer Jens add his personal flavor of the class, and have certified more than 8000 Scrum people through Scrumalliance. Jens held the first ever public CSM class in Florida back in 2005 and is one of the most experienced Scrum Trainers, worldwide. As Jens lives in Orlando he can be helpful during your Agile transformation.

Jens is a founder of HeartofScrum and have worked closely with Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber.

Following the course, each participant is enrolled as a potential Certified ScrumMaster, which includes a two-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, where additional Certified ScrumMaster-only material and information are available.

We expect you to have some prior knowledge about Scrum and we expect you to have read the "Scrum Guide" on prior to class. It would also be beneficial for you if you read one of Ken Schwaber's books.

How To Register
Individuals wishing to attend the certification Scrum certification course should register by this site.

Course Material
Participants will receive printed and bounded material on the first day of class. The material is in English and will change from Training class to Training class. The material will be enhanced by more slides, videos and other pictures in case the trainer find this useful during class. Being a ScrumMaster demands a lot of skill and can at first sight look like a trivial challenge. However, once starting the journey to transform the organization there will be impediment after impediment that will challenge the implementation of Scrum. So to use Scrum, using "The Art of the Possible", there needs to be skilled ScrumMasters to take on this challenge.

Each individual is trained to be able to assume the following responsibilities:
Remove the barriers between development and business (ProductOwner) so the business directly drives development;
Teach the business how to maximize ROI and meet their objectives through Scrum;
Improve the lives of the development team by facilitating creativity and empowerment;
Improve the productivity of the development team in any way possible; and,
Improve the engineering practices and tools so each increment of functionality is potentially shippable

The training is done with many team exercises. Be prepared to do hard work. The training will give you the feeling of Scrum itself.
The first day is dedicated to the Why and the Philosophy, the Meaning of Scrum.
The second day hand over the tools and the How of Scrum.
Using anecdotes and experience, teaching the Scrum framework, and how to use it to be an effective Agile leader - you will learn to be a great ScrumMaster.

Upon Graduation As a result of their successful completion of the program, each participant will get an invitation to join Scrumalliance as a certified Scrum Master.

Fundamentals of agile and Scrum, running Scrum projects, planning and scaling Scrum projects, offshore development using Scrum, bidding on fixed price/date contracts, and ensuing the adequacy of engineering practices.

Why Agile
Opacity of waterfall

Overview of Scrum
Agile Principles
Brief History of Scrum
Heart of Scrum
Scrum Overview
Emergency Procedure

Overview of the roles
Mixing the roles

Advantage of DONE
How to create a definition of DONE

Product Backlog
Product Backlog Items (PBIs), User stories and other choices on the Product Backlog
Backlog Meetings
INVEST in your Product Backlog
Estimating your PBIs

Purpose of Retrospective
Techniques for Retrospective

Agile Contract
Traditional Contract
Agile Contract

The ScrumMaster
Responsibilities and mindset
How to react in different scenarios
Scrum Masters impediment list

The Product Owner
Description and responsibilities
Character of a good Product Owner
Product Owner team

The Development team
Composition and cross-functionality
Responsibilities of the Team Member
What to do with dysfunctional Team Members
Distributed Teams

Sprint Planning
Sprint Planning, how to get from the what to the how
How the team commit to the sprint
Sprint Backlog as spreadsheet, on the wall or in a tool

The Sprint
Responsibilities in the sprint
Updating progress
Burndown chart

Daily Scrum
Who can say what
Why is it important the team feels ownership

Sprint Review
Purpose of meeting
A review not a demo

Release Planning
Allocating Sprints
Tracking progress the Release Burndown
what to expect

From one team to many
Coordination between teams (Integration Scrum)
Multi Product Backlogs or one Product Backlog
Sprint Planning from one Product Backlog for many Teams

The End
Group photo
Discussion about of where to go from here

This course will focus on the ScrumMaster, the Product Owner, and the Development Team in a software development organization. However, the course is useful to everyone in a company using Scrum. There is a pattern that says that the more an organization understand Scrum, the better the implementation will be.