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You will be challenged to think within the Scrum framework, the underlying principles and values, and how they help guide Scrum Masters in the decisions they make. You will also explore what practices, tools, skills, and stances make an effective Scrum Master.
What you will learn
The Scrum Master role is complex and often, a Scrum Master must be able to apply different stances in order to be effective, such as:
The Scrum Master as a Teacher
The Scrum Master as a Coach & Mentor
The Scrum Master as a Facilitator
The Scrum Master as a Change Agent
As a Scrum Master, being able to identify, and effectively apply, which stance would benefit your team the most depending on the situation or circumstance could prove to be the key to the success of your team.
As a Scrum Master, part of your role is to help management and other stakeholders across your organization understand the benefits of Scrum and Agile. Therefore, it is imperative that you have the information and background that is needed to gain credibility in order to be an effective change agent. Throughout the class, your PST will provide stories, exercises, facilitation techniques (such as “Liberating Structures”), resources and more.
There will also be time in class for the Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) to provide coaching on challenges that you and your classmates may be experiencing today or may in the future.
What makes an effective Scrum Master
How to support the Scrum Team
Dealing with team conflict
How to support the Product Owner
How to support the organization
Understanding the challenges of middle management
Dealing with complexity and impediments
Measurement in Scrum
Successful product delivery and Definition of “Done”
The Sprint Goal
What you take away
Training materials hand outs
Scrum Values poster
Pictures of all drawings and materials created during the class
Password to attempt Professional Scrum Master IITM assessment
Discount for PSM III assessment
14 PMI PDU credits
Why course from Scrum.org
Professional Scrum Trainers are professionals licensed by Scrum.org, a training and certification organization founded by Ken Schwaber, co-author of Scrum. They are skilled in software development and/or product management. They are experts in Scrum and have extensive experience applying, leading, teaching, and coaching it. They have been servant-leaders at an organizational level. They are active in local agile and software development communities, as well as the broader global agile and Scrum movements.
Training materials are created and supervised by Ken Schwaber himself and maintained and constantly improved by the whole community of around 300 Professional Scrum Trainers across the world. Every trainer brings their own style and experience, but all trainers use the same materials to deliver consistent experience.
The course is taught by lecturer Magdalena Firlit, who was accredited by Scrum.org as a Professional Scrum Trainer. She also acts as a consultant for agile transformation, coach, mentor, life and business coach, university lecturer. She has many years of professional experience in companies that have shown an agile way. Her specialization is agile transformation.