Agile Scrum Master

This online training of becoming a Certified Agile Scrum Master introduces you to Agile’s best practises and the complexities of the Scrum technique. Learn the project management methodology for Agile Scrum and boost the ability to create and deliver quality products to clients. Using this common approach to optimise the value of company while mitigating potential risks

Certified Scrum Master Certification is an interactive, hands-on practical oriented program which is designed explicetly for growing your knowledge and understanding on Scrum.

Resolve6 CSM Certification training is best for professionals who are eager to deep dive from introductory of Scrum towards the more focused and specific role of becoming Scrum Master. Our Training is an instructor-led classroom training program, from some of the best tutors in the industry with abundant experience in delivering and implementing a number of projects across the globe using Agile SCRUM.

What will be covered
Understanding how to use the Agile and SCRUM principles
Understanding how and when to apply iterative project management techniques
Setting up and managing a SCRUM based or Agile project
Initiate the project with the relevant tools
Plan and estimate projects and sprints (project iterations)
Understanding of how to scale Scrum from small-sized to large projects
Understand how to review the project outcomes and plan releases

Agile Manifesto and Principles
Difference between traditional waterfall project management and Agile
Multi Generational Product Plan
Industry benchmarks
Who is using Agile and SCRUM

SCRUM Principles
Self control
Time boxing
Iterative development
Lean and Agile comparison

Iterative Project Management Conditions
Key conditions
Modularization and design structure matrix

Project Management Roles
Product owner
Team and Team profile
Scrum master

Setting up and managing a SCRUM project
Overall phases
Visual management
Kanban and pull principle
Risk management cycle

Initiation of the project – tools
Project vision
SCRUM Team selection and support
Developing the epics
The prioritized product backlog and its management
Kano Model and MoSCoW
Planning the release

Planning and estimating tools
Writing user stories
Acceptance criteria definition
Enablers to identify user stories
Testing strategies and levels
Why using personas
User stories estimation techniques
Critical path management
Critical Chain optimization technique
Approval and Breakdown to tasks

Implementing and reviewing tools
The sprint process
Team interactions and daily management standups (SCRUM meeting)
The 3 fundamental questions
The scrum board and visual management
Metrics, burndown chart, Kanban board
Rapid prototyping

Release planning tools
Sprint review
Acceptation and rejection management
Lessons learned sessions (retrospect)
Release planning schedule
Planning for the next cycle, program integration

Final Case Study

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