Scrum Master Certification Courses

  • Scrum Framework and Theory
  • How to manage change using Scrum
  • How Scrum helps you to optimise Total Cost of Ownership
  • How to work with Scrum Teams
  • How to plan Sprints, releases and projects using Scrum
  • How to control risk using Scrum
  • How to scale Scrum across the enterprise

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Professional Scrum Product Owner Certification

  • Create and maximise value at the product and enterprise level
  • Scrum Framework and how does a Product Owner fit into it
  • How to control risk and maximise value and total cost of ownership (TCO)
  • Agile Product Management
  • Lean Planning
  • How to manage Product Backlog (requirements) and releases
  • How to control risk using Scrum

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Professional Scrum Developer Certification

  • Plan Sprints and projects
  • Estimate Product Backlog Items
  • Define acceptance criteria, and Done
  • Setup and leverage continuous integration
  • Use emergent architecture to avoid technical debt
  • Leverage pair programming and refactor
  • Scrum framework
  • Scrum Teams and self-organisation

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Agile and Scrum Coaching

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Scrum Master Articles

5 Crucial Servant Leadership Skills For Scrum Masters October 09, 2013
Servant leadership strives to generate a competitive advantage by enabling great team work and generate even greater form of human capital....
Four Retrospective Techniques - Part II May 07, 2013
In the first part of this article, I discussed two Retrospective techniques, the basic one and the starfish Retrospective technique....
Four Retrospective Techniques - Part I November 11, 2012
Retrospectives provide opportunities to teams to inspect their process they are current using, and continuously improve it....
3 Common Scrum Master Mistakes - Part II May 01, 2012
In the first part, we discussed common mistakes. Now, we will focus on some of the consequences of these mistakes, typical causes and a few ideas that can help you to avoid making these mistakes....
3 Common Scrum Master Mistakes - Part I April 18, 2012
It is difficult for some Scrum Masters to stick to their servant leader role. Because of lack of support and limited experience, they fall back on what they know best ...
7 Reasons Why Your Team Does not Get to Done April 03, 2012
Many Agile and Scrum Teams struggle with very long release cycles. Sprint after Sprint, they produce work, but the work is not shippable, it is not Done....
Are You Making These Retrospective Meeting Mistakes? March 10, 2012
Continuous improvement is at the heart of Agile. Retrospectives provide opportunities to the Teams to inspect their process, and continuously improve it. Many Teams fail to take advantage of this and thus fail to improve. ...
2 Reasons Why Your Impediments Don't Get Removed August 01, 2011
Daily Scrum kicks off. The Team starts to gather around the Scrum board. They go through the paces as they are supposed to. Every team member answers three questions. There is a familiar pattern in the way they are reporting the impediments....
Sprint Zero - A Tool To Hide Waterfall Legacy February 25, 2011
Sprint zero is widely used antipattern to hide bigger and uglier issues. People using Sprint zero state different reasons for using Sprint zero. Some of the very common reasons include...
3 Reasons Why Scrum Masters Struggle to Become Servant Leaders December 12, 2010
This is one of the most common pitfalls. The lure of being a manager is too strong. Knowingly, or unknowingly people keep falling into this trap....
How to Conduct an Effective Daily Scrum? October 05, 2010
The Daily Scrum is a 15 minutes time-boxed meeting that enables the Team to inspect and adapt on daily basis. It helps the Team to focus on the its plan for the Sprint (Sprint Backlog) and take appropriate actions immediately, where needed....

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