Scrum

World Class Scrum Education for Agile Teams & Organizations

Certified
ScrumMaster®

The most popular Agile certification!

Scrum Masters help teams and organizations use Scrum. They understand the values, practices, and applications. They are “servant leaders” to the rest of the Scrum team so they can self-organize and deliver high-quality product.

Certified
Scrum Product Owner®

Vision, Value & Quality!

Product Owners provide the Scrum team with business perspective. They are responsible to maximize ROI for the customer. They own the Product Vision and use the Product Backlog to bring that vision into focus for the team and stakeholders.

Certified
Scrum Developer®

Technical Excellence Enhances Agility!

Scrum team members possess specialized Agile engineering skills including Test-Driven Development and DevOps practices. They deliver product using iterative & incremental techniques and are responsible for the creation of Value.

Certified ScrumMaster

This 2-day Virtual Learning Event provides the foundations to be an effective Scrum Master. Achieve Certified ScrumMaster®designation with Scrum Alliance® by successfully completing this course and the exam.

  • 16 PDUs | 16 SEUs
  • Scrum Alliance® exam fee is included
  • 2-year membership with Scrum Alliance®
  • 2 free books, estimation cards, and more
  • Registered Education Provider with Scrum Alliance® and PMI

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course you will be able to:

  • Remove obstacles that prevent teams from achieving high-performance.
  • Enable a team to follow the Scrum process to deliver great products and continuously improve their quality.
  • Describe Scrum to others including roles, meetings, artifacts & principles.
  • Identify the environments in which the application of Scrum would lead to excellent results.
  • Describe how the Scrum Framework is based on empirical process.
  • Fulfill the requirements of the Certified ScrumMaster®program.

Agenda

Prior to arriving in the virtual classroom, you must make time to do some preparatory work and pass the Scrum Foundations Test. You should expect the preparatory work to take about 2 hours. This work and passing the test are required to attend the live portion of the class and for certification.

  • The Purpose of Scrum
  • The Scrum Values
  • The Scrum Roles
  • The Scrum Process
  • The Definition of Done
  • Myth: The Scrum Master is a Project Manager
  • Myth: Sprint Zero is Part of Scrum
  • Myth: Scrum is for IT Projects
  • The Scrum Guide
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • Practice Quiz: Scrum Foundations
  • Pre-Class Test - Scrum Foundations
  • Instructor Introductions
  • Tools Introduction
  • Warm-Up: Participant's Introduction
  • Warm-Up: The Scrum Process
  • BERTEIG Sign-In - Tell Us You're Here!
  • Requirements for Certification
  • Simulation - Outcomes
  • Simulation - Logistics and Timing
  • Simulation - Product Vision
  • Simulation - Sprint Delivery and Goal (overview)
  • Adaptive Product Teams
  • Sprint 1 - ScrumMaster Responsibilities
  • Sprint 1 - Retrospective: Pluses and Deltas
  • Sprint 1 - Execute!
  • Sprint 1 - Debrief
  • Sprint 1 - Customer Feedback
  • Sprint 1 - Customer Information
  • Sprint 2 - ScrumMaster Responsibilities
  • Sprint 2 - Retrospective: Starfish Diagram
  • Sprint 2 - Simple Sprint Planning
  • Sprint 2 - Practice Simple Sprint Planning
  • Sprint 2 - Simple Task Visibility
  • Sprint 2 - Execute!
  • Sprint 2 - Debrief
  • Sprint 2 - Customer Feedback
  • Sprint 2 - The Standard "Three Little Pigs" Story
  • Agile Planning
  • Agile Planning Principles and Steps
  • The Bucket System
  • Project/Release Planning
  • Artifact Transparency
  • Mapping Dependencies
  • Scrum Maturity and Hybrid Scrum
  • Discussion: Simulation Definition of "Done"
  • Sprint 3 - ScrumMaster Responsibilities
  • Sprint 3 - Task Board and Sprint Burndown Chart
  • Sprint 3 - Retrospective: Mad Sad Glad
  • Sprint 3 - Execute!
  • Sprint 3 - Customer Feedback
  • Sprint 3 - Debrief
  • History of Agile
  • Scrum Teams
  • Agile Team Room Example
  • Agile Engineering Practices
  • High Performance Teams
  • Obstacle Removal Strategies
  • Q&A
  • CSM Learning Objectives
  • Learning Path
  • Important Course Follow-Up
  • Scrum Alliance

Certified Scrum Product Owner

This 2-day Virtual Learning Event provides the foundations to be an effective Product Owner. Achieve Certified Scrum Product Owner® designation with Scrum Alliance® by successfully completing this course.

  • 16 PDUs | 16 SEUs
  • 2-year membership with Scrum Alliance®
  • 2 free books, estimation cards, and more
  • Registered Education Provider with Scrum Alliance® and PMI

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course you will be able to:

  • Create a Product Backlog that puts business priorities first.
  • Work with a team to enable business and technical innovation.
  • Leverage the business benefits of Scrum to maximize ROI.
  • Fulfill the requirements of the Certified Scrum Product Owner® program.

Ideal for those who want to create:

  • Products that maximize ROI.
  • Exceptional quality products that delight customers.
  • A culture of continuous growth & capacity-building for individuals & teams.
  • Dramatically reduced time-to-market and ultra-efficient work processes.

Agenda

  1. Welcome & Introductions
  2. History of Agile Methods & Culture
    • Scrum & The Agile Manifesto
    • High Performance Teams
    • The Definition of “Done”
  3. The Product Owner Role
    • Team & Stakeholder Collaboration
    • Qualities of a Product Owner
    • Mapping the Product Owner to Traditional Roles
  4. In-Depth Simulation Exercise
    • Backlog Preparation & Refinement
    • Choosing a Product for the Simulation
    • Product Vision & Innovation
    • User-Centric Design: User Categories, Personas, Usability & Empathy
    • User Stories
      • Writing Effective User Stories
      • Splitting User Stories
    • Estimation & Financial Modelling
      • Effort, Value & ROI
      • Methods of Ordering the backlog
  5. Advanced Topics (Depending on Time)
    • Scaling, Product Owner Pitfalls, Kano Analysis, Story Mapping
  6. Graduation
    • What Did You Learn?
    • Certification
    • Feedback Forms

 Certified Scrum Developer

This 5-Day (or 3-Day) Virtual Learning Event provides the foundations to be an effective Scrum Team Development Member. Learn the Agile engineering practices and techniques required to deliver high quality software with Scrum teams.

  • 21 PDUs | 21 SEUs
  • 2-year membership with Scrum Alliance®
  • 2 free books, estimation cards, and more
  • Registered Education Provider with Scrum Alliance® and PMI

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course you will learn Agile Engineering Practices including:

  • Incremental architecture & design
  • How Agile teams work together
  • Test-Driven Development (TDD)
  • Refactoring
  • Continuous Integration (CI)

Agenda

  1. Welcome & Introductions
  2. Story Mapping & Story writing
  3. Acceptance Tests
  4. Technical practices
    • TDD
    • Agile testing
    • Continuous Integration (CI)
    • Pair-programming
    • Mobbing
    • Incremental design
    • Spying, mocking and faking
  5. Database strategies
  6. Graduation

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