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Certified Agile Scrum Master Professional

Understanding scrum roles and resposibilities, events, artifacts, metrics, values, etc.

Introduction to Agile and Scrum
  • Understanding Agile principles and values.
  • Overview of the Scrum framework and its roles, events, and artefact’s.
Scrum Roles and Responsibilities
  • Detailed examination of the Scrum Master role.
  • Responsibilities of the Product Owner and Development Team.
  • Facilitating collaboration and communication within the Scrum Team.
Scrum Events
  • Sprint Planning: Purpose, participants, and outputs.
  • Daily Scrum: Structure, goals, and benefits.
  • Sprint Review: Demonstrating and inspecting the Increment.
  • Sprint Retrospective: Reflecting on the Sprint and identifying improvements.
Scrum Artefact’s
  • Product Backlog: Managing and prioritising requirements.
  • Sprint Backlog: Selecting and planning work for the Sprint.
  • Increment: Ensuring the Increment meets the Definition of Done.
Agile Estimation and Planning
  • Techniques for Agile estimation: Story points, relative sizing, planning poker.
  • Creating and maintaining the Product and Sprint Backlogs.
  • Release planning and forecasting with Agile techniques.
Scrum Values and Principles
  • Embracing the five Scrum values: Commitment, courage, focus, openness, and respect.
  • Applying the twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto to Scrum practices.
Scrum Master Skills and Techniques
  • Servant leadership: Coaching, facilitating, and removing impediments.
  • Conflict resolution and fostering collaboration within the Scrum Team.
  • Building and maintaining a trusting and supportive environment.
Scrum Metrics and Reporting
  • Key Agile metrics: Velocity, burndown charts, lead time, and cycle time.
  • Reporting progress and performance to stakeholders effectively.
Continuous Improvement
  • Implementing Agile Retrospectives to reflect on and improve the Scrum process.
  • Techniques for identifying and addressing areas for improvement.
Scrum in Practice
  • Practical application of Scrum in various contexts and projects.
  • Case studies and real-world examples of successful Scrum implementations.
Practice Exercises and Assessments
  • Hands-on exercises and simulations to reinforce learning.
  • Assessments and quizzes to evaluate understanding and application of Scrum concepts.
  • Feedback and guidance to support continuous learning and improvement.