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Certified Scrum Master® (CSM)

Certified Scrum Master® (CSM)

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International Institute for Learning
110 E 59th St
31st Fl
New York, NY 10022
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Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - 5:00am
$1,895

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Complete Title: Certified Scrum Master (CSM) This two-day Scrum Master course is dynamic and highly interactive. Class participants will start by organizing into Scrum teams. You'll take part in a variety of games and exercises, that will allow you to experience the Scrum Master role first-hand. With the help of your instructors, you and your team will create a product backlog, prioritize it, and manage a burndown chart. Youll leave the class knowing how Scrum can accelerate any project. Course pricing includes a two-year membership to Scrum Alliance and the CSM exam fee. Following the course, participants have 90 days and two attempts to successfully pass the online CSM exam. Join us in New York for Certified Scrum Master training developed by the co-creator of Scrum, Dr. Jeff Sutherland. Who should attend Anyone who would like to learn how to organize and support a Scrum team. This training is for all levels of Scrum experience. What you will learn At the end of this course, you will be prepared to: Lead teams in any environment or industry as a Scrum Master Represent the Scrum Values of Focus, Courage, Commitment, Openness, and Respect Network with industry leaders and Agile professionals Pass the Certified ScrumMaster test and earn your CSM credential Course Overview Getting Started Introduction Course structure Course goals and objectives Agile Principles and Scrum Overview Agile Principles Lean Principles Process control models Incremental and Iterative development Shifting the focus on product management Overview of the Scrum process The Team Dedicated cross-functional teams T-shaped people Sprint Planning Team capacity Facilitating the Sprint Planning meeting The Sprint backlog Sprint Burndown chart Scrum Roles and Responsibilities The team and building effective teams ScrumMaster responsibilities Product Owner responsibilities The Scrum project community What happens to traditional roles in Scrum? Scrum Meetings Daily Scrum Reviews Retrospectives Product Backlog and User Stories Product backlog characteristics User stories Getting your first backlog Getting backlog items ready Slicing User stories Estimation for Forward Planning Why comparative estimation works Planning poker Affinity estimation Summary What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments?

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