Training materials are developed and supported by one of the creators of Scrum Ken Schwaber, together with the PST Scrum.org community. They ensure that the materials are always up to date with what is happening in the software development companies and the latest practices.
Our trainers conduct courses in their own style and based on their own experience, but the training materials are the same all over the world, so students learn the same regardless of where the course is and who conducts it.
In 2 days, participants will receive relevant knowledge that will help to effectively fulfill the role of the Scrum Masters or the coach of the program development team.
The course includes information on the necessary changes in thinking – leadership through service and change of behavior.
Throughout the course, participants conceptualize the tasks according to the principles of Scrum, so that by the end they have clear awareness with what to do after returning to the workplace.
Participants work with each other as a team.
The course consists of discussions and practical exercises built on real cases.
The course develops a clear understanding of Scrum’s rules through its empirical basis.
Participants will be able to play the role of Scrum Masters in Scrum teams or act as stakeholders with an understanding of leadership through service.
They will also be able to start practicing Scrum or increase its effectiveness if the process has already begun.
- Fundamentals and theory of Agile and Scrum. Differences between Agile and other development approaches (waterfall, RUP, Kanban, etc.)
- Different types of processes for different types of work. Theory of Entanglement. Model Cynefin. How to choose the right approach for your project
- How to work correctly on Scrum. A detailed analysis of roles, practices, events and artifacts in Scrum. Examples of strategies and tactics for effective use of Scrum
- Duties and responsibilities of Scrum Master, Product Owner and Team. Which of them is and is not a manager
- Work with requirements in Agile. Product Backlog and its Features
- Assessment of tasks in Scrum. Relative estimates. Planning poker
- Planning in Scrum. How to estimate cost and completion date for release and iteration
- The sprint goal. Why is it needed, and how to achieve it. Sprint Goal Planning and Tracking
- Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective. What is common and what is the difference?
- Scrum team. Self-organization and cross-functionality. Different principles of team building
- How to start a new Scrum team or restart an existing one
- Problems in teams. Anti-team behavior. Its reasons and what to do about it
- Skills, qualities and psychology of Scrum Masters. Scrum Master as a coach and facilitator
- Scrum and Organization. How Scrum values and principles change the organization towards Business Agility
- ScrumBut and ScrumAnd