Introduction to Scrum Master Program
PIVOCITY Academy - Introduction to Scrum Master Program Summary Become a Scrum Master, not just an Acronym. This 6-month program prepares new Scrum Masters for learning the fundamentals of Scrum and will help you to prepare for Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master® I (PSM I®) exam, and then builds on the fundamentals to accelerate the learning curve on how to facilitate a cross-functional team to achieve better results, ultimately leading to the knowledge necessary to achieving a passing score on the PIVOCITY Academy Introduction to Scrum Master® (PA-ISM®) Certification. The course offers actionable tools for building high-performing teams and explores practical ways of addressing Agile and Scrum anti-patterns. Attending the class will help you to prepare for Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master® I (PSM I®) exam after the first 2-day session and attaining the PIVOCITY® Academy Introduction to Scrum Master Certification (PA-ISM®) upon completion of the curriculum. If you already have the Professional Scrum Master® (PSM I®) or Certified Scrum Master® (CSM®) certification, you can attend the virtual meetings at a reduced cost. Choose the appropriate ticket during registration, you will receive an email asking for verification of your certification. These certifications are necessary in order to ensure there is a common foundational knowledge of Scrum. Program Objectives: Gain a clear understanding of the construct of the Scrum Framework Become an effective Scrum Master through the learnings of your Cohort Be able to coach your Scrum Teams and stakeholders on how to inspect and adapt to deliver the best products for your customers. Increase the effectiveness of Scrum underway Program Topics: Program Start - 2-Day Scrum Master Course Introduction to Agile Scrum Theory and Framework Scrum Roles Scrum Artifacts Scrum Events Certification Prep Month 2 (2 Half-day Virtual Meetings) Cohort Retrospective of Month 1 An in-depth view of Scrum Roles, Artifacts, and Events Agile Principles - Variability & Uncertainty Agile Principles - Predication and Adaptation Agile Principles - Validated Learning Agile Principles - Work in Process Agile Principles - Progress Team Performance The Dynamics of Sprints Month 3 (2 Half-day Virtual Meetings) Cohort Retrospective of Month 3 Day-in-the-life - Product Owners Day-in-the-life - Scrum Masters Day-in-the-life - The Team Scrum Team Structures Agile Managers Month 4 (2 Half-day Virtual Meetings) Cohort Retrospective of Month 2 Product Backlogs and Managing Flow User Stories Estimation and Velocity Backlog Refinement Managing Technical Debt Month 5 (2 VHalf-day irtual Meetings) Cohort Retrospective of Month 4 Definition of Done Definition of Ready Team Working Agreements Sprint Planning Sprint Reviews Scrum Games Month 6 (2 Half-day Virtual Meetings) Cohort Retrospective of Month 5 Experience Report - Retrospectives Cohort Book Review - Agile Retrospectives Retrospectives - Setting the Stage Retrospectives - Generating Insights Retrospectives - Deciding What to Do Retrospectives - Closing the Retrospective Release and Project Retrospectives What Attendees Get Attendee workbook Preparation to take the Professional Scrum Master I® (PSM I®) exam Book: Essential Scrum Book: Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great Book: The Scrum Field Guide: Practical Advice For Your First Year Access to the PIVOCITY Academy® Introduction to Scrum Master Exam. Course certificate of completion Attendees must attend all sessions of the program to qualify for completion. Who will benefit? The following individuals will benefit from this course: New Scrum Masters Existing Scrum Masters looking to hone their skills with the feedback and experience of others going through the same journey Team leaders, project managers, and others wanting to understand the dynamics of Scrum and the Scrum Master role Engineering and development managers responsible for Agile execution and coaching teams. Agile coaches Agile Project Managers
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