Professional Scrum Master (PSM) Prep Training
This 2-day Scrum Training, delivered by Jochen (Joe) Krebs is a very popular and a successful way of kicking off new agile teams. Teams that experience this very hands-on and practical session together, immediately implement the concepts learned through the course in their projects. In the course participants will spend roughly 40% of their time in group or pair-exercises. Stepwise we will go through the Scrum process framework and learn by doing.
We will cover for example beyond the basics of Scrum:
- Scrum Intro
- Why Agile?
- Scrum Values
- Rules, Roles, Events and Artifacts in Scrum
- Roles and Responsibilities of Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team member
- Successful product backlog management techniques
- Writing Effective User Stories
- Designing a Scrum board
- Daily Scrum, Stand-Up's practices
- Sprint Review done right
- Keeping Sprint Retrospectives interesting and engaging.
This course is in-synch with the most credible Scrum certification (PSM) in the industry and participants are invited to take the assessment after course completion.
For information on the differences between the CSM and the PSM go to our FAQ section.
About the Instructor
Back in 2008, Joe Krebs (www.agilecoach.com) pioneered Agile Portfolio Management, by releasing the first book about this important enterprise topic. He has delivered agile services and training courses in 46 of the 50 United States, Canada, Mexico, India, Germany, Switzerland, UK, France and Asia. In the past, he has also co-delivered the Scrum Power Pack with Ken Schwaber and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) courses with Jeff Sutherland. Joe immerses himself in client projects, leading organizational transformation projects and working with executives and agile teams alike. Major stepping stones in his career were Mercedes-Benz, ParcPlace, Valtech, IBM and AOL. He founded INCREMENTOR, an agile training and consulting firm, which made the prestigious INC5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the USA in 2016 and 2017. His mantra is: "Making tradition means breaking tradition".