Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Definition of scrum: Basic scrum background and framework, principles and values which ensure the correct understanding of scrum.
Scrum theory: The three legs of scrum theory (transparency, inspection and adaptation) are explanied. Resultant and fundamental values are examined in details: responsibility, self-organization and self-management, sense of urgency, commitment, technical excellence, rhythm, discipline, respect and courage.
Scrum framework: The meetings, artifacts and roles that make up the scrum process.
Scrum practices:Estimation, planning, user stories, planning poker, prioritization techniques and other practices which are commonly used in scrum.
Agile leadership: What is it and why is it important for a scrum master? Common models of leadership.
Coaching and facilitation: coaching definition, coaching scenarios, and facilitation techniques used by scrum masters.
scrum master’s soft skills: helpful hints and techniques for building high performing teams, conflict management, practical techniques for the daily work of a scrum master.
Scrum evolution: applying scrum in more than one project, scrum with geographically distributed teams (real cases), scrum of scrums, product owner configuration, scrum beyond software, scrum and pre-defined techniques like pmbok, cmmi.
Other topics as required by the attendees.