Certified ScrumMaster Training By Lonnie Weaver-Johnson in Richmond, VA (Dec 5-6, 2016 – 14 PDUs)

Date: 5-6 December, 2016
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Innsbrook
4050 Cox road
Glen Allen, VA 23060 United States

Course

All CSM courses are taught by Trainers approved by the Scrum Alliance. Taking a CSM course, passing the CSM test, and accepting the license agreement designates you as a Certified ScrumMaster, which indicates that you have been introduced to and understand the basic concepts you need to perform as a ScrumMaster or team member on a Scrum team. This course also satisfies two elements of the CSD track: Scrum Introduction and Elective.

This is a dynamic course filled with practical exercises and real world examples. Experienced Scrum practitioners will walk away with ideas for improving their Scrum practices and students brand new to Scrum will have a solid understanding of what Scrum is and how to get started.

Scrum

•         Its origins

•         The process

•         Benefits of Scrum

Agile

•          Manifesto and principles

•         Scrum and Agile; what’s the difference?

•         Other methods

The 5 Values of Scrum

•         Learn their meaning

•         Why they are important

•         How to apply them

When to use Scrum

•         Empirical Process and how it works

•         What environments and projects are best suited for Scrum

The Scrum framework

•         How it works

•         How to begin

Scrum roles and responsibilities

•         The Team – what does it mean to be self-organized

•         The Product Owner – who is best suited for this role and how they direct the team

•         The ScrumMaster –who should play this role of the servant leader

•         The role of the Stakeholders with a Scrum project

The Sprints

•         The purpose for Sprints

•         Sprint lengths

•         Sprint Success

The Scrum Ceremonies / Meetings

•         Learn the duration, purpose, and invitees, for each meeting

•         The Sprint Planning Meeting (part 1 and part 2)

•         The value and purpose of a Daily Scrum

•         Sprint Review (or Demo); how it is conducted and the benefit

•         Sprint Retrospective; the meeting that will take the team to the next level

The Scrum Artifacts/Documents

•          The Product Backlog and who owns it

•         The Sprint Backlog and how it differs from the Product Backlog

•         Burn down and Burn up charts and the story they tell

“Other” Agile meetings and practices to help ensure success with Scrum

•         Vision statements, Road mapping, and Release Planning

•         Product Backlog Items / User Stories

•         Estimating / Sizing the work

•         Preparing Product Backlog Items

•         Incorporating non-collocated team members

 

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