Scrum Master Certified (SMC TM) Training
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Scrum Master Certified (SMCTM) training delivers understanding of the principles and working knowledge of the Scrum framework through case-studies, role-plays, meetings, quizzes and other exercises. The experienced trainer will encourage the aspirants to actively participate in the sessions for getting the basic idea on the Scrum practices and Scrum process to be followed in any project. The study is based on the SBOKTM Guide 2013 edition.
Upon the completion of the training, you will hold the following skillset:
- Understand the Agile manifesto, principles and methods
- Identify the advantages, disadvantages, challenges, and the process of implementing Scrum
- Determine how the role of Scrum Master can help the organization and also develop an understanding on other non-core roles in Scrum
- Elucidate the steps involved in different phases of Scrum
- Determine the scalability of Scrum and transition to Scrum
- Maintain stakeholder involvement in the process and focus on the significance of executive support
The professionals interested in obtaining a working knowledge of Scrum and become a Scrum Master. Project Sponsors, Project Managers, Product Managers, Product Owners, Scrum team members, business analysts, software engineers, programmers, testers, designers, and also the business owners can learn Scrum methodologies and adopt to it.
While there is no formal prerequisite for this training, however candidates with a strong interest in Scrum practices are the ideal participants for this course.
After being trained in the above skills, to get the official ‘Scrum Master Certified’ certificate, you can attempt for the SMCTM exam conducted by SCRUMstudy.
Note: SMC™ and SBOK™are the registered trademarks of SCRUMstudy.
2. Agile Overview
- Agile Overview
- Agile Manifesto
- Agile Principles
- What has changed?
- Agile Methods
3. Scrum Overview
- Scrum Principles
- Scrum Aspects
- Scrum Processes
- Core Roles
- Non-core Roles
5. Scrum Phases
- Initiate Phase
- Plan and Estimate Phase
- Implement Phase
- Review and Retrospect Phase
- Release Phase
- Scalability of Scrum
- Scrum in Programs and Portfolios
- Scrum of Scrums (SoS) Meeting
- Transition to Scrum
- Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum
- Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement
- Importance of Executive Support