The training aims to familiarise the participants with the philosophy and the principles of an agile approach to project management, and to prepare the participants to act as Scrum Masters in projects. It is helpful when implementing Scrum practices in organisations.
The training prepares you for the exam that allows you to obtain the international "Scrum Master Certified" certificate.
Project team members who are or are preparing to become Scrum Masters, project managers, team leaders, managers.
- “Scrum Body of Knowledge” textbook
- Student Workbook
- “SCRUM Master Case Study” workbook
- Scrum process card
- “Planning Poker” card set
Diploma of completion of RETHINK training
Duration of training : 2 days.
Group size: Up to 16 people.
Conditions for participation: No prerequisites.
Accreditation / Substantive basis
Conditions for participation in training / exams, instructions and forms
Agile approach for project management:
- What is Agile,
- Adaptive versus traditional approach,
- Agile Manifesto,
- Scrum’s place among Agile methodologies
Principles and aspects of Scrum
Scrum Roles – core roles:
- Product Owner,
- Scrum Master,
- Scrum Team,
- Other roles (non-core roles)
Phases of a Scrum project:
- Product initiation – Project Vision, appointment of a project team, creation of a Product Backlog and Release Schedule, choice of sprint length;
- Planning and estimating – sprint planning, creating histories and tasks, estimating work complexity, techniques and tools used in planning and monitoring of sprint;
- Implementation – achieving an optimal work rhythm, team work synchronisation, sprint monitoring, Product Backlog update;
- Review and retrospective – synchronisation of work of multiple Scrum teams, review and approval of achieved tasks, retrospective;
- Release – transmission of incremental products for product deployment.
- Scrum scaling,
- Transformation of existing project roles to Scrum
- Implementation of Scrum in an organisation – common problems,
- Scrum in project programs and portfolios.
Simulation of a Scrum project as a practical element of preparation of participants for the role of Scrum Master.