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Professional Scrum Master (PSM) Training

The Professional Scrum Master course is about mastering the Scrum framework: planning for product delivery, understanding the nuances behind working with people and teams and mastering the role of a Scrum Master as a servant leader. With training material created by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber, the PSM course is a combination of instruction and team-based exercises and teaches what is at the heart of the Scrum and Agile movement.

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Course Overview

Gain the skills for advanced thinking on servant-leadership to bring about behavioral shifts in people and teams and arm yourself with the knowledge and information to guide your real-world decision-making, especially when dealing with complexity. The Professional Scrum Master, a designation offered by Scrum.org™ to practitioners who successfully complete the Professional Scrum Master™ training and demonstrate their understanding by passing the exam, validates your expertise as a Scrum professional.

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Learning Objectives

Key Features

Benefits

Scrum Masters make Scrum meetings more efficient and effective, helping team members to focus on collaboration, the concept which drives Scrum. Training and Mentoring. Scrum Masters help team members to upskill and help them develop better self-organizing skills. Removing Obstacles.

Training Options

Self-Paced eLearning

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  • Lifetime access to recorded self-paced eLearning course created by industry experts
  • 3.simulation test for Practice
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Corporate Training

Customized
  • Live Instructor Led / Campus delivery model
  • Flexible pricing options according to your requirements
  • Pre & Post evaluation test for comparison
  • 24x7 support & assistance

Course Curriculum

Target Audience

Pre-requisites

There are no specific prerequisites for attending this training or attempting the exam. Reading the Scrum Guide  will be helpful.

Course Content

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Explain why the artefacts, roles and events in Scrum are all important to a successful Scrum project.
  • – Discover suitable process within the Scrum framework for their organization.


Topics
Scrum theory includes time-boxing, and specific roles, rules, and artifacts. All elements of Scrum complement each other to form a consistent whole. All work is performed in Sprints. All base rules, events, and roles are described in the Scrum Guide, the acknowledged Scrum body of knowledge. Each part of Scrum ties back to the principles and theory.

  • Scrum Events Every event in Scrum is an inspect and adapt opportunity. How are these events important? What are the impacts of missing one of these?
  • Scrum Role Every role in Scrum has specific accountabilities. What are their accountabilities? Why are they important? How are they different to traditional project management roles?
  • Scrum artefacts Every artifact in Scrum is transparent so organization can inspect and adapt based on it. Why are these artefacts important?
  • Sprint The Sprint is the heartbeat of the Scrum framework. What is a Sprint? What are the criteria of a successful Sprint?

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Explain what is Agility and the relation to Scrum.
  • – Discover where Scrum is not suitable.
  • – Understand the impact of the transparency that Scrum brings and requires, and how Scrum is best used to increase an organization’s agility.
  • – Explain how Scrum implements empiricism in software development.


Topics
Scrum is founded on empirical process theory to deal with the complexity typical to software development. All principles and values of Scrum are based on the fundamental view of software development as creative and complex work.

  • – How is empirical approach different to defined approach?
  • – What makes Scrum different to traditional project management approach?
  • – What is Agile?
  • – How does Agile relate to Scrum?
  • – Why should we be Agile and use Scrum?
  • – In what case is Scrum not suitable?

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Understand Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog
  • – Learn planning tactics


Topics
Scrum Planning is different from traditional project management. Student will exercise tactics on planning in Scrum.

  • Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog The Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog is the plan in Scrum. How is planning in Scrum different traditional project management? What is the best practice to do Lean Planning in Scrum? How to do Product Backlog Refinement?
  • Product Backlog management Product Backlog reflects the roadmap of the Product. How do we do Product Backlog management in Scrum?
  • Product Backlog ordering Prioritization is one way to order Product Backlog. What are the other techniques to order the Product Backlog?
  • Product Backlog decomposition Product Backlog is decomposed so that it can be done in one Sprint. How do we decompose Product Backlog to ready to execute Sprint Backlog?

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Define what is required for high-quality software.
  • – Discover what documentation is required in Scrum.


Topics
The criteria of success in Scrum are different to traditional project management.

This module will cover the followings:

  • Definition of Done Everyone in the organization should have the same understanding about “DONE”. What is “DONE”? What is the impact of not having “DONE” software every Sprint?
  • Quality What is required for a high-quality software? Does Scrum need documentation?

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Discover what is required to generate a self-organising team.
  • – Get Scrum teams going, guide them along the way and help them continuously self-develop to become successful through better collaboration.
  • – Form a Scrum team.


Topics
Scrum Teams are self-organizing and cross-functional; which is very different from traditional development groups. Scrum Teams are empowered to do the right thing.

  • – Creating self-organizing teams

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Understand the people aspect of Scrum, how to work with people.
  • – Discover coaching techniques that is appropriate for the team.


Topics
Scrum Masters are servant-leaders, with skills and tools to coach teams and organizations in understanding and applying Scrum. They master several techniques for coaching, conversation, and facilitation in order to help people, teams, and organizations discover what works best for them.

  • – Coaching and Facilitation Techniques

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • – Identify who is the Scrum Master.
  • – Explain what makes Scrum Master different to traditional Project Manager.
  • – Discover skills and traits are required for Scrum Master to be successful in his role.


Topics

  • – This course put emphasizes on one of the roles in Scrum – the Scrum Master. Scrum Masters are servant-leaders with distinct skills.

Reviews

Rohit
Rohit
2020-04-13
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Training was good , thanks for the session.
Abhishek Hegde
Abhishek Hegde
2020-04-10
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Decently conducted training on Azure related to AZ-900 course. Relatable examples taken by the instructor for basics. Needed even more in depth and maybe more concepts and time with pros and cons. Overall good one.
Madhur Mall
Madhur Mall
2020-04-10
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Session was good covering basics with simple and relate-able examples.
Chetan Gullia
Chetan Gullia
2020-04-10
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Amazing experience while having Azure Cloud Training :).
Dharmendra Kumar
Dharmendra Kumar
2020-04-10
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Bhavesh Pali is a excellent trainer. Azure cloud training was awesome and well explained by Bhavesh. Thanks Again to ITS group.
Swapnil Phirke
Swapnil Phirke
2020-04-10
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Very good Training and specially trainer Mr Bhavesh has good enough knowledge to answer all queries, content is also good. Training duration need to increase as trainer has more things to share but not possible to lack of time
Kapil Ahuja
Kapil Ahuja
2020-04-10
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All modules were well covered with examples , The conceptual understanding provided by using whiteboard also helped us to grasp the concepts faster.
Nirbhay Singh
Nirbhay Singh
2020-04-10
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Thanks Bhavesh for Azure Fundamentals - AZ900

Why Innovative Technology Solutions

Our Virtual Instructor Led Training model brings classroom learning experience online. With our world-class LMS instructor-led training, self-paced E-learning and personalized mentoring you will get an immersive first-class learning experience.

Self-Paced E-learning

A self-paced e-learning with recorded video sessions that you can access anytime without going beyond your comfort zone.

Live Virtual Classroom

An interactive classroom style virtual instructor led training to engage and learn more alongside your peers with a live trainer.

Learner's Community

A Social forum where you can ask your questions, one of our expert will reply you within 24 hours on that community.

Online Access of Labs

Online access of practise labs that you can access anytime, anywhere your machine.

Industry Based Projects

Real-time Industry based projects will be shared by the trainers throughout the program

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Trainer will be Professional having more than 13 years of experience in training and working in the IT field.

Our Online classroom (Instructor-Led) training will be conducted via live streaming app like zoom, Web-ex, or blue jeans by an Professional trainer having experience of more than 15 years in IT domain & training.