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Agile Scrum Master - Simplilearn

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The Agile Scrum Master course introduces you to Agile and Scrum values and concepts, and helps you build the requisite skills and expertise you'll need to pass the certification exam on the first attempt. The course's goal is to make you an expert in Scrum ways, enhancing your capability to deliver shippable products by the end of each Sprint. With the practical application of Agile methodologies, you will be able to maximize business value while mitigating potential risks.

The Agile Scrum Master certification course is best suited for:

  • Team Leaders
  • Project Managers
  • Members of Scrum teams such as developers, Scrum Masters, and product owners
  • Managers of Scrum teams
  • Teams transitioning to Scrum
  • Professionals intending to pursue the Scrum Master certification

This course will enable you to be:

  • Proficient in Scrum terminologies and their applications
  • Ready to facilitate daily scrums, user stories, sprint planning, and sprint reviews
  • Capable of producing the different Scrum artifacts including the product backlog, sprint backlog, finished deliverables, and definition of done
  • Equipped to implement distributed Scrum over teams spread across geographies
  • Prepared for a Scrum Master role with any Scrum implementing organization
  • Prepared to pass the EXIN Agile Scrum Master exam on your first attempt

Modules

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  • Exam Requirements and Weights
  • Introduction to Agile/Scrum: Agile Manifesto, Three Pillars of Scrum
  • Why Agile: Advantages; Reduced time to value
  • What makes Scrum adoptions successful: ADAPT mode
    • Awareness
    • Desire
    • Ability
    • Promotion
    • Transfer
  • Balanced scorecard for Scrum teams
  • Different development methodologies
    • Waterfall
    • XP (Extreme Programming)
    • Crystal
    • DSDM
    • Lean/Kanban
  • Accelerating value delivery through faster deployment: Linking Agile to DevOps
  • Scrum Values – CFORC
  • Commitment
  • Focus
  • Openness
  • Respect
  • Courage
  • Life-cycle of Scrum
  • Scrum events
    • Sprint planning
    • Sprint Review
    • Sprint retrospective
    • Daily standup meetings
  • Scrum artifacts
    • Product backlog
    • Sprint backlog
    • Sprint Deliverables
    • Definition of Done
  • Scrum master and product owner roles
    • What they should and should not do
    • Attributes of good scrum masters or Product Owners
    • Failure modes
  • Team manager or developer role
  • User stories and Epics
  • Writing “good” stories
  • Basics of prioritization
    • Value based prioritization
    • Kano model
    • Karl Wiegers Relative weight method
  • Velocity: How to find it and how to use it?
  • Release or roadmap planning
  • Units of Estimation: Story points and ideal time
  • Techniques of estimation: Planning poker and Affinity estimation
  • Methods of tracking Agile projects: Burndown charts, Kanban boards and other indicators
  • Scaling agile at enterprise level
    • Scaling the product owner and scrum master
    • Scaling the backlog
    • Coordinating multiple scrum teams
  • Scaled agile foundation (SAFe®) introduction
  • Agile in distributed teams
  • Where to apply agile (and when not to)
  • Tools for agile project management
  • Agile testing: Testing pyramid
  • Patterns for planning an Agile transition
  • Overcoming resistance to Agile
  • Towards self-organization
  • Organizational, Physical and cultural changes needed

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