Scrum Master Fundamentals Course
What you'll learn
- This course will aid students in passing the PSM1 Professional Scrum Master exam.
- Students will learn all the fundamentals of Scrum.
- There will also be lots of additional content on practices and tools which compliment scrum.
- Real time examples of scrum in progress.
- Mock exams to prepare for the PSM assessment.
Starting with an introduction to agile, we will explain all the details and background of how Agile came to be, combined with comparisons against traditional project management methodologies such as Prince2.
We shall then study Scrum in detail, working our way through the Scrum Guide with practice tests and assignments throughout to test confirm your knowledge.
You will cover topics on:
- Scrum Theory
- Scrum Values
- Scrum team
- Scrum Events
- Scrum Artefacts
- and much more...
Finally, we will provide you to additional content which will include practices to support you in becoming the most effective Scrum Master you can be. These will be sent to you separately.
This course is not affiliated with nor endorsed by Scrum. org This has been created by RightSource Ltd.
Scrum Guide History
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland first co-presented Scrum at the OOPSLA Conference in 1995. It essentially documented the learning that Ken and Jeff gained over the previous few years and made public the first formal definition of Scrum.
The Scrum Guide documents Scrum as developed, evolved, and sustained for 30-plus years by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber. Other sources provide patterns, processes, and insights that complement the Scrum framework. These may increase productivity, value, creativity, and satisfaction with the results.
The complete history of Scrum is described elsewhere. To honor the first places where it was tried and proven, we recognize Individual Inc., Newspage, Fidelity Investments, and IDX (now GE Medical).
Who this course is for:
- Students looking to pass the PSM1 exam.
- Anyone interested in learning Scrum.
Lee is an Agile Coach who has led many Agile transformations and worked with many teams.
Lee holds PSM1, PSM2, CSM, A-CSM, PSPO1, ICP-ACC, SPS, AGILEPM, PRINCE2, ITIL, SAFe Agilist and more, so is well versed in Agile practices.
Lee spent 13 years in the British Army developing his coaching and mentoring abilities, gaining experience training soldiers in a variety of skills. He designed and led learning and development programmes and initiatives across multiple disciplines, often in challenging environments.
Now works as an Agile Coach working with some of the most successful organisations in the world, to the smallest start up. Lee prides himself on taking individual, teams and organisations on a journey of discovery.
I hope you enjoy the courses provided. There are more 'in progress'.