The Advanced Certified Scrum Master training course is online and absolutely free. It familiarizes the audience with the most widely used Agile framework – Scrum. In this training course, we will discuss all the components of the Scrum framework – roles, artifacts, events.
We will pay special attention to the Product Owner and Scrum Master roles. Even after more than 20 years, there have not yet been well understood.
With the Advanced Certified Scrum Master training course, we will also discuss the main ceremonies of Scrum – planning and conducting the sprint, the daily meeting, the sprint review, and the retrospection. Finally, the course will pay attention to the most common mistakes leading the Scrum to failure.
The Advanced certified scrum master training course will teach you:
- Knowledge of the Scrum process framework in its full details – roles, artifacts, events
- How to successfully plan and implement a Scrum sprint
- Techniques for successful review and retrospection of the sprint
- Errors to keep and symptoms to monitor for a successful application of Scrum
Topics of the Advanced Certified Scrum Master training course
Sprint planning and executing
- Prerogatives and responsibilities of the team
- Planning the sprint and the aim of the sprint
- Daily meetings
- Definition of completion
The Product Owner role
- Prerogatives and Responsibilities
- Product Owner as Product Manager
- The Product Owner as Product marketing manager
- Product Owner as Project Manager
- One Day in the Life of a Product Owner
- General mistakes
- Planning errors
- Sprint Failure Errors
- Errors at daily meetings
- Errors in the review
- Retrospection errors
What is a Scrum Master
Now let’s discuss what is a Scrum Master and some advanced specifics of the responsibilities. Scrum Master is a coach and assistant for the Scrum team.
They ensure that team members share the values of Scrum, follow the rules of the framework and follow the principle “One for all, and all for one.” The Scrum Master creates Scrum culture and helps the company to become “Agile”.
The interaction of other people and teams is also the responsibility of the Scrum Master. They help to stop interruptions with the team.
The Advances Certified Scrum Master is not formal authority. They cannot order people to do something. Their task is to observe, give feedback, and propose solutions so that the team works as efficiently as possible.
Scrum Master teaches you how to do Scrum
The simplest function of the Scrum Master is to teach people how to work according to the rules of Scrum. This means that Master Scrum spends most of the day with the Development Team and the Product Owner.
Scrum Master helps the Development Team to become self-organized and cross-functional. To this end, they grow trust across the team, help to resolve conflicts and work within the framework of Scrum. They focus attention to the discrepancies between the actions of the Team and the values of Scrum and provide feedback.
During the team meetings, the Master Scrum monitors the time and organizes the process of productive outcomes. Even experienced self-organized teams that can independently conduct Scrum events work more effectively with the Scrum Master. For beginner teams, Scrum Master role is vital.
The Scrum Master and the Product Owner
The Scrum Master teaches the Product Owner how to follow Scrum, helps to manage the Product Backlog. Creates conditions in which the Product Owner and the Development Team understand each other and represent the amount of work needed to achieve a common goal.
Scrum Master helps the organization become Agile
Scrum masters do not limit their activities with team training. The second important function of the Advanced Scrum Master is to help the entire organization respond more quickly to changes.
The fact is that cultivating agility in a company is a long and painful process. Scrum master is a source of values for Agile management approaches. They start the transformation of the company and do not allow them to go back.
If the company has processes that violate the principles of Scrum, then it is a Scrum Master that finds them and advises how to do better.
How to become a Scrum Master taking the advanced training course
First let’s discuss how an advanced Scrum Master role comes to a team. Usually, the Scrum Masters are chosen from the team members. They read and learn the Scrum Guide and, at best, they are sent to training courses. We recommend inviting Advanced Certified Scrum Master from outside the organization.
In other words, we believe that this is the best option for you because such specialists have experience and can objectively assess the situation in the company.
We advise you to hire the most experienced Scrum masters, which are available out there. Often, inexperienced Scrum masters achieve formal adherence to the Scrum Guide, but do not work well with the framework’s values.
The Scrum Master applies real Scrum culture in the organization and helps to grow Agile principles and methodologies. Scrum master is the keeper and conductor of Scrum values in the company. So they grow the Agile culture in the team, establish the right processes and help the company to become agile with the least losses.
Enrolling in the Advanced Certified Scrum Master training course is the best way to grow your career but going deep into development practices and Agile methodologies is how you will acquire real knowledge and visions about the advanced Agile principles.
The course is free and online
The course is free and online and available to everyone. The certificate is absolutely valuable. You may need only to pay for a small support tax of $8 which is nothing compared to courses costing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Comment bellow your attention for participating in the online course and we will contact you and provide all needed materials and instructions on how to register, enroll for the course and obtain a certificate.
For Bulgarian speaking Agile-oriented people, PMA.bg offers a great and advanced Scrum Master course with an extensive and deeply discusses topics related to Scrum, Kanban, Kaizen, and more modern materials.