IMPORTANT: "Professional Scrum Master" and "PSM" are registered trademarks of Advanced Development Methods (Scrum .org) and this course is not licensed, endorsed, or affiliated with Advanced Development Methods (Scrum .org) in any way. This course and practice exams are neither endorsed by, nor in partnership, nor affiliated with (Scrum .org) or any other organizations.
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Who Is This Course For?
I designed this course for two groups of people...
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How Is This Course Organized?
Section 1 - Introduction & Exam Details
Section 2 - Refresh Your Scrum & Agile Knowledge
The Difference between Adaptive & Predictive approaches to development
The Difference Between Product & Project Management (Mental Shifts)
Agile Planning vs Waterfall Planning
What is Scrum and a high-level overview
The 5 Scrum Values and what they mean in the real world
The Agile manifesto and the 12 Agile principles
The concepts of Iterative & Incremental Development
The concepts of Cross-Functionality & Self-Management
Characteristics of the three sets of accountabilities
The Scrum Master
The Product Owner
The Sprint and its main purpose
Sprint Planning and answering the three questions - why what & how
Daily Scrum (a key inspect & adapt event for the Developers)
Sprint Review and why feedback is critically important
Sprint Retrospective (the driver of continuous improvement)
The concept of "feedback Loops"
The Product Backlog (the single source of work undertaken by the Scrum Team)
The Sprint Backlog (when does it emerge, who is accountable for it, what happens with the PBIs that are not complete)
The Increment (the relationship between the Increment and the Product Backlog, who decides to release it, in what condition should it be)
The Product Goal (the long-term objective for the Scrum Team)
The Sprint Goal (the objective for the Sprint)
The Definition Of Done (who crafts it and why, is it mandatory, can it change)
Section 3 - Scrum Master - Advanced
Discover How Empiricism Works With Examples
The Most Misunderstood Scrum Value Explained
Misunderstandings Of The Agile Scrum Master (Behaviours To Avoid)
A Deep Understanding Of The Agile Scrum Master
How The Scrum Master Serves The Organization
How The Scrum Master Serves The Scrum Team
How The Scrum Master Serves The Product Owner
Fundamental Scrum Principle #1 - Creating a Done Increment Every Sprint
Fundamental Scrum Principle #2 - Clear Goals On Two Levels
Team Composition - The Difference between Feature Teams and Component Teams.
Conflict Resolution - How The Scrum Master Navigates Internal Conflicts
The Agile Concept Of Emergent Architecture
The Velocity Metric And Its Relation To Value
Critically Important Rules When Multiple Scrum Teams Work On The Same Product
The Agile Concept "Timeboxing" Explained
Skills Within The Scrum Team (I-Shaped, T-Shaped, Pi-Shaped, and Comb-Shaped Professionals)
Information Radiators - Burnup and Burndown Charts
Section 4 - How To Approach The SM Exam
Section 5 - Practice Exam
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A DISCLAIMER STATEMENT
The statements made and opinions expressed herein belong exclusively to the creator of this course and are not shared by or represent the viewpoint of Scrum dot org. This training does not constitute an endorsement of any product, service, or point of view. Scrum dot org makes no representations, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, availability, or currency of the content contained in this presentation or any material related to this presentation. In no event shall Scrum dot org, its agents, officers, employees, licensees, or affiliates be liable for any damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, business information, loss of information) arising out of the information or statements contained in the training. Any reliance you place on such content is strictly at your own risk.
A TRADEMARK NOTICE STATEMENT
Scrum dot org, Professional Scrum Master (TM), Professional Scrum Product Owner, PSM, PSM I, PSM 1, PSPO, PSPO I, PSPO 1 are trademarks of Scrum dot org and may be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries.
ATTRIBUTION AND USE FOR THE SCRUM GUIDE(TM) AND NEXUS GUIDE(TM)
This course uses screenshots from the Scrum Guide (TM), Nexus Guide (TM), and Evidence-Based Management Guide™ to point the attention of the student to important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices.
The authors of the Scrum Guide (TM) are Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.
The Nexus Guide (TM) is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum dot org
Evidence-Based Management (TM) was collaboratively developed by Scrum .org (TM), the Professional Scrum Trainer Community, Ken Schwaber, and Christina Schwaber.
No changes have been made to the content of the Scrum Guide (TM), Nexus Guide (TM), and Evidence-Based Management Guide (TM)
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