Taking this 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.
Certified ScrumMaster® Training & Certification Program
This two-day seminar is designed to give aspiring and beginning ScrumMasters and team members the foundations of Scrum and Agile practice. Chock full of exercises, the seminar creates lasting memories and learnings you can carry through into your team so you can avoid common Agile pitfalls. The seminar is designed and taught by Jim Coplien, author of Organizational Patterns, which Pete Behrens says “identif[ies] the key criteria leading to successful efforts and high-performing teams,” that Michael Beedle calls “the first documentation that ever existed on true Agile development,” and about which Linda Rising says “the penalty for not knowing these patterns can be severe.” The seminar draws on the principles and deep structures of these Agile foundations to go beyond rote learning and sound bites to a deep and lasting foundation for software development excellence. The course draws on years of broad experience with international and multisite development.
- This specific Code.Learn program lasts 2 days.
Key Objectives – Curriculum
The core agenda of this program will be to present, explore and adequately cover the following areas:
- Scrum Theory, Concepts, Practices
- Agile and why it works
- Scrum as three roles: Product Owner, ScrumMaster, and Development Team
- Scrum as four events: Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective
- Scrum as four artefacts: Product Backlog, Spring Backlog, Impediment List, Sprint Goal
- Poker Planning
- Release Planning
- The Product Backlog
- Production and Sprints
- The Sprint Goal
- Sprint Planning
- Task Boards
- The Daily Scrum
- Burndown Charts
- Velocity and Drag
- The concept of “Done”
- Technical Debt
- Sprint Signature
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retrospective
- Velocity Game
- Overcoming Impediments
- Management, Distribution and Scaling
This course is for everyone who wants to learn more about how people work effectively on teams to build things together. While Scrum enjoyed its initial success in software, we’re branching out to help all endeavors make their work environments more powerful and enjoyable. Scrum teams are cross-functional, so even if you’re not directly involved in making stuff, this course will still help you be a more effective contributor to your firm’s development efforts. Managers will learn how they can support teams, and Project Managers will learn new ways of looking at product development.