This is why people do Scrum!
DescriptionScrum is a simple team-based framework for solving complex problems (like software development). This course teaches you the mindset and the practices to make that vision a reality: That this project can be your best project ever!
You get an intense, personal training with much opportunity to work with the trainer and in small groups. This course is usually held in German but will be held English if there is no consensus among the participants for German or French.
About Peter Stevens, Certified Scrum Trainer
Peter is an engaged leader of the Agile community in Switzerland and worldwide. Most recently, he initiated the Stoos Gathering, an interdisciplinary summit to catalyze a lasting change in business management along Agile principles.
AudienceThis course is intended for anyone involved in a Scrum Project, e.g. Developers, ScrumMasters, Product-Owners, Managers, Testers, Change Agents, Business Analysts, Project and Program Managers.
PrerequisitesNo special prerequisites. Familiarity with IT and/or Software Development Projects is helpful. All participants are expected to read a 10 page excerpt of "Do Better Scrum" by Peter Hundermark.
- Scrum Principles and Values
- Scrum Roles – Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team
- Scrum Meetings, Sprint Planning & Review, Daily Scrum, Retrospective
- Scrum Artifacts – Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment
- Significance of “Done”
- User Stories and Acceptance Criteria
- Release Estimating and Planning
- Hands-on experience doing Scrum
- What makes an ideal project?
- What is Scrum in 25 words or less?
- Why is Scrum so different than traditional project management?
- How and why does Scrum work?
- What does it feel like to be in a Scrum Project?
- How do you really do Scrum?
- Why is focus essential to performance and success?
- What are the roles in Scrum and how to they relate to established job functions?
- What do managers do in a Scrum organization?
- How do you specify and estimate work?
- How do you plan and monitor a release? How do you hit a deadline?
- How do you improve team performance with Scrum?
- How do you handle big, distributed projects in Scrum? (Scaling)
- Location: Schulungsraum “zum Talgarten”, Am Wasser 94, 8049 Zürich
- Duration: 2 days.
- Course language is English, unless all participants agree to speak German or French.
Program:• Coffee & Registration: 9.00am
• Begin: 9.30am (prompt!)
• End: 18.00 (6pm)
This course is held monthly in Zurich. All dates are guaranteed (even if you are the only participant). For prices and dates: continue to Register Now...!
Certification:Participants qualify for Certification as a ScrumMaster by the Scrum Alliance. An additional test is required (which you can take from home on the web). The test fee is included in your course costs.
Members of the PMI can claim 15 PDUs for successful completion of this course and apply this course towards meeting the requirement of the ACP.
All participants who actively participate in the entire course receive a confirmation of participation.
Further TrainingThe MasterClass Workshop on Scrum Performance enables you to understand and improve the performance of your team in your organization, given that you are doing Scrum.
You may book master classes individually or together with a CSM or CSPO class at a discount.