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Become a SCRUM MASTER

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Scrum Masterclass

SCRUM Masterclass

A Scrum Master Certificate on your Project Management CV/Resume lifts you above the crowd proving you can lower project cost and provide speedy project completion.


The SCRUM MASTER self-study video training contains all the training and materials you need to master the implementation of SCRUM on your projects – without attending a classroom!

  • Agile and SCRUM
  • Become a certified ScrumMaster
  • Simple to understand
  • Lower Project Costs
  • Adopt an Agile methodology
  • Stay relevant and marketable
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This course teaches you how to become a Project Management SCRUM Master.


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In this lesson, an introduction to Scrum, you will learn what sets the scrum framework apart from other methodologies. I introduce you to the three pillars of scrum and demonstrate the basic structure of a sprint.

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Here you will learn the Scrum concepts and the essential Sprint planning activities. You will learn the what and how of the Scrum process including the use of the product backlog and sprint backlogs. Finally, I show you how Scrum performs release planning - both at project and sprint levels

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You learn all about the five scrum roles, seven scrum events, and six scrum artifacts. I take you through the vision, roadmap, sprint planning and review as well as the daily stand up meeting

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This lesson is the first of two modules covering the Scrum team roles. Here I demonstrate the use of the servant-leader management role, the scrum master and the specialist development team. You will learn how such teams are self-empowered and cross-functional

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In this lesson we turn our attention to two vital Scrum roles - The Product Owner and the Scrum Master. You will learn their roles and responsibilities as well as their authority levels, and the part they play in creating potentially shipable products with a Scrum project

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You will learn how to create, prioritize, and groom the Product Backlog artifact. I showcase how you monitor progress and forecast. I show you the Sprint Backlog and how it functions, and how sprint and project transparency is achieved. We finish this module by reviewing and summarizing Scrum deliverables and Agile practices

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You will learn how the Scrum Vision, although not part of the original framework, is widely used and useful. You will learn how to create an effective Scrum Vision Statement and its eight component parts. I take you through development of the Product Roadmap and it's use throughout the Scrum lifecycle. I show you how to use MoSCoW to prioritize requirements and their decomposition

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In this lesson you learn how to translate customer requirements in user stories and features. I cover the format of a typical user story and how to create it. I introduce the concept of story points for estimating, as well as the '3 C's technique and INVEST mnemonic

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In this module we deep dive into release planning and its relationship with the vision statement and product roadmap. I take you through the release plan and the formula for effective releases. Finally, we will examine release goals and sprints.

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In this module you will learn the 2-step approach to sprint planning, and how each feature in the sprint backlog is broken down into development team tasks and resources. We cover what work can be delivered in the next increment, and how this will be achieved, and the use of burndown charts to plot sprint and project progress.

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In this module, we deep dive into the scrum sprint starting with the two definitions of ready and done and how to apply them within your sprint. I show you how to apply the sprint backlog to the sprint itself and the sequence of sprint events. We take a look at the scrum task board (Kanban), and how to harmonize team capacity.

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In this module you will learn to harness the sprint goal and the daily scrum. We will look in detail at the sprint review and its seven steps. We will look at the sprint retrospective purpose, how to inspect and adapt as well as interpret and apply the retrospective findings.

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In this lesson I show you how to play estimation poker based on the Fibonacci number sequence - detailing each of the steps and the application of this powerful technique. We examine the 'fist of five' technique, T-shirt sizing and affinity estimating. I demonstrate the use and calculation of velocity to sprints along with estimating tips and approaches.

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Here, I show you how to prioritize features into your roadmap, and harnessing the powerful technique of empirical planning. I show you how to integrate timeboxes, user stories, story points and team velocity.

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In this module you will learn how to apply the MoSCoW prioritization technique and tie it back to project acceptance criteria. I then explain in detail how to apply this to your business case to ensure your scrum project remains viable, desirable and achievable.

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In this module, we start by defining Scrum risk, and the various scrum techniques for managing it. I describe the scrum risk delivery approach and demonstrate in detail how to use and apply the risk burndown chart.

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In this final module, you will learn the various scrum techniques to track the value, lead time and velocity and hence determine sprint progress. I cover time-boxed and flow-based working and showcase how the earned value technique can be modified for sprint use.

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Scrum 2021 Update - FREE FOR EVERYONE

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On November 18, 2020, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland published an update of the Scrum Guide, with the aim of “bringing Scrum back to being a minimally sufficient framework by removing or softening prescriptive language”.

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About the teacher

Dave Litten

David spent 25 years as a senior project manager for USA multinationals, and has deep experience in project management. He now develops a wide range of Project Management Masterclasses, under the Projex Academy brand name. In addition, David runs project management training seminars across the world, and is a prolific writer on the many topics of project management.

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