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2–Day ScrumMaster Course
How does a shared understanding lead
to customer satisfaction?
Values
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
What are the four
values of Agile?
• Individuals and Interactions
• Working Software
• Customer Collaboration
• Responding to Change
the four values of Agile
What are the twelve
Agile principles?
AGILE
People
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810/sizes/l/in/photostream/
Games (Process)
throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
What is the Scrum
framework?
The Scrum “Snowman”
Sprint
(1-4
Weeks)
Daily
Scrum
Product Backlog
Refinement
Sprint Review
Product
Backlog
Sprint
Backlog...
People
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810/sizes/l/in/photostream/
What are the Scrum
roles?
What are the
responsibilities and
characteristics of the
roles?
• Implements the Scrum
Framework
• Teaches and coaches the
various roles
ScrumMaster
• Creates initial backlog
• Refines and continuously
maintains
• Regularly updates with new
information
Product Owner mana...
• 7 people, plus or minus 2
• Co-located
• Cross-Functional
• Dedicated
• Self-Organized
Team Characteristics
Collaboration
http://www.flickr.com/photos/meghannfinn/2611156696/
• Interested in the outcome
– have funded it
– will use it
– will be affected by it
• Managers are stakeholders
• Managing...
• External, or internal to team
• Works with the Team, and
others as necessary
• Work together to remove
ScrumMaster sees ...
• Better understanding of items
– support the Team
– answer questions about them
• Frequent team interactions
– offering p...
• Collaboratively
• Self-organized
The Team reaches meeting
goals
Customer Value
http://www.flickr.com/photos/treehouse1977/5837179689/
Why do these three
roles form the Scrum
team?
• Can make a commitment
• Has the authority to fulfill it
Roles make the whole team
What are the benefits
of developing in an
iterative and
incremental fashion?
• Focus on value
– Maximize outcome
– Minimize output
• of the Development team
• maintain quality
• Build visible feature...
Why is it more
important that the
Team succeeds than
any individual
member of the Team?
What does the
Product Backlog
contain?
• Elements
– Functional
– Non-functional
– Architectural
– Infrastructural
– Risks
• Elements are vertical slices
Product ...
What is the
importance of having
a single person
playing the Product
Owner role?
• Responsible for value of work
• Assign business value
• Eliminate competing priorities
Single Product Owner
Incremental
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
What is the role of
done?
• Certifies quality
• Is ready to ship
• Makes progress clear
Done
What does Definition
of Done (DoD) mean?
• Definition of Done ==
Potentially Shippable
• If < shippable
– then capture explicitly
• Can ship != will ship
Definitio...
Timebox
http://www.flickr.com/photos/pasukaru76/3535379567/
What is a timebox (or
a time box)?
• A period of time within which
an event or meeting occurs
• Cannot be exceeded
– Meetings might end sooner
– Sprints last...
What is the meaning
of Sprints being
timeboxed?
• On a specific date
– whether the work has been
completed
– or not
• Are never extended
Sprints end
What is the typical
duration of a Sprint?
• Between 1 week and 1 month
• Fixed throughout the work
• All system or product teams
– working on the same thing
– use t...
Empiricism
What is a defined
process?
What is an empirical
process?
• Defined process
– Deterministic
– Control inputs and outputs
• Empirical process
– Stochastic
– Imperfectly defined
– Un...
How is Scrum based
on an empirical
process?
• Inspect
• Adapt
• Transparency (open)
The three legs of Scrum’s
empirical process
Inspect
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6377207021/
What should the
Sprint Backlog show?
• Show what is being worked
on, by whom
• Sometimes shows effort left to
complete
Items on the Sprint Backlog
What is the Sprint
Burndown chart?
• Initial work estimated
• Current work remaining
Sprint Burndown is a
comparison
Adapt
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
What is the Product
Backlog?
How is the Product
Backlog described
and how does the
Product Backlog
contents change over
time?
• Fulfill the product vision
– User needs
– Anything else
• Detail tied to position
– Increased detail, higher position
– ...
When are the Sprint
Backlog and
Burndown chart
updated, by whom
and why?
• By the Team
• See progress
• Make adjustments
Sprint Backlog and
Burndown are updated daily
Transparent
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/3113367809/
Why should the
Product Backlog be
refined, by whom, and
how often?
• To be ready for the next Sprint
• Define a Sprint slice
• Confirm acceptance criteria
• the whole Team can
participate
P...
What are the Sprint
Backlog’s two main
purposes?
• Detailed view of the Team’s
expected work
• Tool for the team to manage
itself during the Sprint
Purpose of the Sprint
B...
Games (Process)
throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
Who estimates the
work, and in what
manner?
• Made in the simplest, most
consistent and most realistic
manner possible
• Scrum does not require any
specific estimatio...
• For each meeting, describe
– The objective of the meeting and
required outcomes.
– Who participates in the meeting.
– Wh...
What is the Sprint
Planning meeting?
What is the Daily
Scrum meeting?
What is the Sprint
Review meeting?
What is the Sprint
Retrospective
meeting?
Values
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
What are the five
Scrum values?
• Commitment
• Respect
• Courage
• Focus
• Openness
The five Scrum values
Commitment
http://www.flickr.com/photos/cusegoyle/2240525416/
What are the goals of
the two parts of the
Sprint Planning
meeting?
• WHAT: Determine how much
Product Backlog can be turned
into running, tested features
during the upcoming Sprint
• HOW: D...
How is the Sprint
protected? What does
the Sprint protect?
How is the Product
Vision created?
How does the team
plan and track
progress?
Why is the Sprint
protected?
Who creates and
manages the Sprint
Backlog?
• Handled by the Team
Sprint Backlog management
Respect
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thisparticulargreg/2806458893/
What authority is
given to the
ScrumMaster?
What authority is
given to the Product
Owner?
What authority is
given to the Team?
• Valid during the sprint
• Make and meet commitments
of the Sprint
• Estimating Product and Sprint
Backlog items
• How to...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/hectoralejandro/5227462532/in/photostream/
How does the
ScrumMaster shield the
Team and help the
organization respect the
commitment of the
Team during the Sprint?
How does the Product
Owner determine
when product
increments will be
released?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/toolstop/4546017269/
How does the Product
Owner manage
priorities?
How is something
considered ready for
the Sprint?
• Small enough to fit
• Clear in expectations
Sprint ready Product
Backlog items
How does the Product
Owner drive product
success? (drive video:
purpose (PO- describes
why), mastery and
autonomy
How does the
creation of a Product
Vision motivate a
Team to deliver a high
quality product?
Self-organization
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaoru_o/7012647251/
What is self-
organization?
• Does not mean “do whatever”
• Is constrained by
– Containers
– Differences
– Exchanges
Self-organization
What are the reasons
and implications of
self‐organization and
whole Team
accountability in
Scrum?
How is the Sprint
Burndown chart
primarily used?
In what ways do
highly specialized
roles like business
analyst and software
architect change in
Scrum?
What are the reasons
to not have an
appointed Team
leader?
Practice (Experience)
How does the
ScrumMaster coach
the Product Owner
and Team?
How is building a
highly productive
Team guided by the
ScrumMaster?
What is one
technique for
managing the Sprint
Backlog?
How does the
ScrumMaster ensure
that the Team is aware
of Sprint Burndown
status and encourage
them to update the
chart?
Incremental
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
What is the impact of
creating a potentially
shippable product
increment in every
Sprint, and what does
that mean for the ...
How often should the
Product Owner have
the opportunity to
realize value from the
investment?
• Every Sprint.
What does the Team
use to turn Product
Backlog items into
potentially shippable
functionality?
• The Sprint Backlog
How long will the
Team develop
Product Backlog
items?
• Until potentially shippable
Games (Process)
throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
What is the Release
Planning meeting?
1. What is the objective of the
meeting, and required
outcomes?
2. Who participates in the
meeting?
3. When does the meeti...
Inspect
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6377207021/
How should release
plans be updated?
• Sprint Results
• End of Sprint
• Estimations
Update Release Plans by
What is the Release
Burndown chart, who
manages it, and what
do they use to do so?
• With empirical data and
estimates provided by team
Product Owner updates the
Release Burndown chart
How does the Release
Burndown chart
indicate either the
projected end date of
the release or the
projected amount of
Produ...
When might the
Release Planning
meeting be helpful?
Product
Roadmap
Release
Sprint
Day
Product
Roadmap
Release
Sprint
Day
Adapt
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
When is the Release
Burndown chart
typically updated and
why?
Transparent
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/3113367809/
How is the Release
Burndown chart used
as a tool?
Incremental
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
What are the
consequences of an
inadequate DoD for the
Team, the product, and
the organization?
What happens with any
“und...
What are the
consequences of
having a product in an
“unstable/undefined”
state due to
accumulated “undone”
work?
Collaboration
http://www.flickr.com/photos/meghannfinn/2611156696/
How does the Product
Owner facilitate
collaboration between
all stakeholders?
In what meetings
does the Product
Owner participate?
• Required
– Planning
– Review
• Highly recommended
– Daily Scrum
– Retrospectives
Product Owner meeting
participation
How does the Product
Owner achieve the
objectives of the
Sprint?
Customer Value
http://www.flickr.com/photos/treehouse1977/5837179689/
Why is the Product
Owner ultimately
responsible for the
content and state of
the Product Backlog?
Games (Process)
throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
What role does the
Team play in each
meeting?
What are activities
and techniques the
Scrum Team can
employ to achieve the
objectives of each
meeting?
Exercise: Situational
Scrum
Adapt
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
What are the
trade‐offs between
shorter and longer
duration Sprints?
How does Scrum use
iterative and
incremental
development?
How will the
ScrumMaster use the
learning points of the
Scrum Team?
Values
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
How does Scrum
support the
application of each of
the five values?
How does the
ScrumMaster model
the values and
principles of Agile
and Scrum?
Empiricism
In what environments
would the application
of Scrum lead to
excellent results?
How do I become a
Certified
ScrumMaster?
Registering as a
Certified ScrumMaster
• We will register you as a CSM with the Scrum Alliance
• We will pay your first ye...
What can you change
right now for you and
your organization?
Thank you!
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Examining the CSM learning objectives
Printing out the the content outline and course objectives I cut out each learning objective.

Looking for new sequence
Looking for similar phrases I group them together and came up with the clusters: Values, People, Games (Process), Collaboration, Customer Value, Incremental, Timebox, Empiricism, Inspect, Adapt, Transparent, Commitment, Respect, Courage, Focus, Self-organization, Practice/Experience as new focus areas.

Iterating over concepts
I arrange the focus areas to go through the concepts of Roles, Meetings and Artifacts. I can address a concept more than once, from the lens of these focus areas. Before this, I would go through each of the concepts just once.

In converting the objectives to a deck, I turn each objective into a question. For some of them I provide answers, all of which are part of core Scrum concepts. I can go through all the eighty-plus learning objectives, while also enjoying many activities and addressing questions by participants as they arise.

Activities and information outside Scrum not included
What is not in here, are the activities we do in the class, before going over the official answer. Not all answers are provided, either. The deck does not have any answers that deviate from core Scrum sources. We do some fun things like plan and build a city with or create a game about Scrum and do these things using the Scrum Framework.

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Certified Scrum Master Course

  1. 1. 2–Day ScrumMaster Course How does a shared understanding lead to customer satisfaction?
  2. 2. Values http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
  3. 3. What are the four values of Agile?
  4. 4. • Individuals and Interactions • Working Software • Customer Collaboration • Responding to Change the four values of Agile
  5. 5. What are the twelve Agile principles?
  6. 6. AGILE
  7. 7. People http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  8. 8. Games (Process) throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
  9. 9. What is the Scrum framework?
  10. 10. The Scrum “Snowman” Sprint (1-4 Weeks) Daily Scrum Product Backlog Refinement Sprint Review Product Backlog Sprint Backlog Burndown Chart Potentially Shippable Product Increment Delivery Team Scrum Master Product Owner Roles Meetings Artifacts Sprint Planning Sprint Retrospective
  11. 11. People http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  12. 12. What are the Scrum roles?
  13. 13. What are the responsibilities and characteristics of the roles?
  14. 14. • Implements the Scrum Framework • Teaches and coaches the various roles ScrumMaster
  15. 15. • Creates initial backlog • Refines and continuously maintains • Regularly updates with new information Product Owner manages the Product Backlog
  16. 16. • 7 people, plus or minus 2 • Co-located • Cross-Functional • Dedicated • Self-Organized Team Characteristics
  17. 17. Collaboration http://www.flickr.com/photos/meghannfinn/2611156696/
  18. 18. • Interested in the outcome – have funded it – will use it – will be affected by it • Managers are stakeholders • Managing them all – May be key part of job – Scrum does not provide specific guidance Stakeholders
  19. 19. • External, or internal to team • Works with the Team, and others as necessary • Work together to remove ScrumMaster sees that impediments are removed
  20. 20. • Better understanding of items – support the Team – answer questions about them • Frequent team interactions – offering priorities – frequently reviewing results Product Owner continuously collaborates with the team
  21. 21. • Collaboratively • Self-organized The Team reaches meeting goals
  22. 22. Customer Value http://www.flickr.com/photos/treehouse1977/5837179689/
  23. 23. Why do these three roles form the Scrum team?
  24. 24. • Can make a commitment • Has the authority to fulfill it Roles make the whole team
  25. 25. What are the benefits of developing in an iterative and incremental fashion?
  26. 26. • Focus on value – Maximize outcome – Minimize output • of the Development team • maintain quality • Build visible features – Most important deliverable – Close to perfect – But incomplete Benefits of iterative and incremental development
  27. 27. Why is it more important that the Team succeeds than any individual member of the Team?
  28. 28. What does the Product Backlog contain?
  29. 29. • Elements – Functional – Non-functional – Architectural – Infrastructural – Risks • Elements are vertical slices Product Backlog
  30. 30. What is the importance of having a single person playing the Product Owner role?
  31. 31. • Responsible for value of work • Assign business value • Eliminate competing priorities Single Product Owner
  32. 32. Incremental http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
  33. 33. What is the role of done?
  34. 34. • Certifies quality • Is ready to ship • Makes progress clear Done
  35. 35. What does Definition of Done (DoD) mean?
  36. 36. • Definition of Done == Potentially Shippable • If < shippable – then capture explicitly • Can ship != will ship Definition of Done
  37. 37. Timebox http://www.flickr.com/photos/pasukaru76/3535379567/
  38. 38. What is a timebox (or a time box)?
  39. 39. • A period of time within which an event or meeting occurs • Cannot be exceeded – Meetings might end sooner – Sprints last exactly that length Timebox
  40. 40. What is the meaning of Sprints being timeboxed?
  41. 41. • On a specific date – whether the work has been completed – or not • Are never extended Sprints end
  42. 42. What is the typical duration of a Sprint?
  43. 43. • Between 1 week and 1 month • Fixed throughout the work • All system or product teams – working on the same thing – use the same length cycle Typical Sprint duration
  44. 44. Empiricism
  45. 45. What is a defined process?
  46. 46. What is an empirical process?
  47. 47. • Defined process – Deterministic – Control inputs and outputs • Empirical process – Stochastic – Imperfectly defined – Unpredictable results – Requires inspection and adaptation Defined and Empirical Process
  48. 48. How is Scrum based on an empirical process?
  49. 49. • Inspect • Adapt • Transparency (open) The three legs of Scrum’s empirical process
  50. 50. Inspect http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6377207021/
  51. 51. What should the Sprint Backlog show?
  52. 52. • Show what is being worked on, by whom • Sometimes shows effort left to complete Items on the Sprint Backlog
  53. 53. What is the Sprint Burndown chart?
  54. 54. • Initial work estimated • Current work remaining Sprint Burndown is a comparison
  55. 55. Adapt http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
  56. 56. What is the Product Backlog?
  57. 57. How is the Product Backlog described and how does the Product Backlog contents change over time?
  58. 58. • Fulfill the product vision – User needs – Anything else • Detail tied to position – Increased detail, higher position – Less detail, lower position • Contents change over time The Product Backlog is an Ordered and emerging list
  59. 59. When are the Sprint Backlog and Burndown chart updated, by whom and why?
  60. 60. • By the Team • See progress • Make adjustments Sprint Backlog and Burndown are updated daily
  61. 61. Transparent http://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/3113367809/
  62. 62. Why should the Product Backlog be refined, by whom, and how often?
  63. 63. • To be ready for the next Sprint • Define a Sprint slice • Confirm acceptance criteria • the whole Team can participate Product Backlog refinement happens periodically and JIT
  64. 64. What are the Sprint Backlog’s two main purposes?
  65. 65. • Detailed view of the Team’s expected work • Tool for the team to manage itself during the Sprint Purpose of the Sprint Backlog
  66. 66. Games (Process) throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
  67. 67. Who estimates the work, and in what manner?
  68. 68. • Made in the simplest, most consistent and most realistic manner possible • Scrum does not require any specific estimation techniques Estimates are the responsibility of the Team
  69. 69. • For each meeting, describe – The objective of the meeting and required outcomes. – Who participates in the meeting. – When the meeting occurs. – How long the meeting is allowed to last. – Any necessary inputs for the meeting.
  70. 70. What is the Sprint Planning meeting?
  71. 71. What is the Daily Scrum meeting?
  72. 72. What is the Sprint Review meeting?
  73. 73. What is the Sprint Retrospective meeting?
  74. 74. Values http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
  75. 75. What are the five Scrum values?
  76. 76. • Commitment • Respect • Courage • Focus • Openness The five Scrum values
  77. 77. Commitment http://www.flickr.com/photos/cusegoyle/2240525416/
  78. 78. What are the goals of the two parts of the Sprint Planning meeting?
  79. 79. • WHAT: Determine how much Product Backlog can be turned into running, tested features during the upcoming Sprint • HOW: Designing and then detailing the Team’s work as a plan in the Sprint Backlog Commitments of Sprint Planning
  80. 80. How is the Sprint protected? What does the Sprint protect?
  81. 81. How is the Product Vision created?
  82. 82. How does the team plan and track progress?
  83. 83. Why is the Sprint protected?
  84. 84. Who creates and manages the Sprint Backlog?
  85. 85. • Handled by the Team Sprint Backlog management
  86. 86. Respect http://www.flickr.com/photos/thisparticulargreg/2806458893/
  87. 87. What authority is given to the ScrumMaster?
  88. 88. What authority is given to the Product Owner?
  89. 89. What authority is given to the Team?
  90. 90. • Valid during the sprint • Make and meet commitments of the Sprint • Estimating Product and Sprint Backlog items • How to accomplish their work and get to done Team Authority
  91. 91. http://www.flickr.com/photos/hectoralejandro/5227462532/in/photostream/
  92. 92. How does the ScrumMaster shield the Team and help the organization respect the commitment of the Team during the Sprint?
  93. 93. How does the Product Owner determine when product increments will be released?
  94. 94. http://www.flickr.com/photos/toolstop/4546017269/
  95. 95. How does the Product Owner manage priorities?
  96. 96. How is something considered ready for the Sprint?
  97. 97. • Small enough to fit • Clear in expectations Sprint ready Product Backlog items
  98. 98. How does the Product Owner drive product success? (drive video: purpose (PO- describes why), mastery and autonomy
  99. 99. How does the creation of a Product Vision motivate a Team to deliver a high quality product?
  100. 100. Self-organization http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaoru_o/7012647251/
  101. 101. What is self- organization?
  102. 102. • Does not mean “do whatever” • Is constrained by – Containers – Differences – Exchanges Self-organization
  103. 103. What are the reasons and implications of self‐organization and whole Team accountability in Scrum?
  104. 104. How is the Sprint Burndown chart primarily used?
  105. 105. In what ways do highly specialized roles like business analyst and software architect change in Scrum?
  106. 106. What are the reasons to not have an appointed Team leader?
  107. 107. Practice (Experience)
  108. 108. How does the ScrumMaster coach the Product Owner and Team?
  109. 109. How is building a highly productive Team guided by the ScrumMaster?
  110. 110. What is one technique for managing the Sprint Backlog?
  111. 111. How does the ScrumMaster ensure that the Team is aware of Sprint Burndown status and encourage them to update the chart?
  112. 112. Incremental http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
  113. 113. What is the impact of creating a potentially shippable product increment in every Sprint, and what does that mean for the Team composition and collaboration?
  114. 114. How often should the Product Owner have the opportunity to realize value from the investment?
  115. 115. • Every Sprint.
  116. 116. What does the Team use to turn Product Backlog items into potentially shippable functionality?
  117. 117. • The Sprint Backlog
  118. 118. How long will the Team develop Product Backlog items?
  119. 119. • Until potentially shippable
  120. 120. Games (Process) throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
  121. 121. What is the Release Planning meeting?
  122. 122. 1. What is the objective of the meeting, and required outcomes? 2. Who participates in the meeting? 3. When does the meeting occur? 4. How long is the meeting allowed to last? 5. Are there any necessary inputs for the meeting? Release Planning Meeting
  123. 123. Inspect http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6377207021/
  124. 124. How should release plans be updated?
  125. 125. • Sprint Results • End of Sprint • Estimations Update Release Plans by
  126. 126. What is the Release Burndown chart, who manages it, and what do they use to do so?
  127. 127. • With empirical data and estimates provided by team Product Owner updates the Release Burndown chart
  128. 128. How does the Release Burndown chart indicate either the projected end date of the release or the projected amount of Product Backlog that will be completed?
  129. 129. When might the Release Planning meeting be helpful?
  130. 130. Product Roadmap Release Sprint Day
  131. 131. Product Roadmap Release Sprint Day
  132. 132. Adapt http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
  133. 133. When is the Release Burndown chart typically updated and why?
  134. 134. Transparent http://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/3113367809/
  135. 135. How is the Release Burndown chart used as a tool?
  136. 136. Incremental http://www.flickr.com/photos/dermotohalloran/5503138833/
  137. 137. What are the consequences of an inadequate DoD for the Team, the product, and the organization? What happens with any “undone” Product Backlog items?
  138. 138. What are the consequences of having a product in an “unstable/undefined” state due to accumulated “undone” work?
  139. 139. Collaboration http://www.flickr.com/photos/meghannfinn/2611156696/
  140. 140. How does the Product Owner facilitate collaboration between all stakeholders?
  141. 141. In what meetings does the Product Owner participate?
  142. 142. • Required – Planning – Review • Highly recommended – Daily Scrum – Retrospectives Product Owner meeting participation
  143. 143. How does the Product Owner achieve the objectives of the Sprint?
  144. 144. Customer Value http://www.flickr.com/photos/treehouse1977/5837179689/
  145. 145. Why is the Product Owner ultimately responsible for the content and state of the Product Backlog?
  146. 146. Games (Process) throw of the dice by christmasstockimages.com
  147. 147. What role does the Team play in each meeting?
  148. 148. What are activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of each meeting?
  149. 149. Exercise: Situational Scrum
  150. 150. Adapt http://www.flickr.com/photos/shvmoz/2310971713/
  151. 151. What are the trade‐offs between shorter and longer duration Sprints?
  152. 152. How does Scrum use iterative and incremental development?
  153. 153. How will the ScrumMaster use the learning points of the Scrum Team?
  154. 154. Values http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/6204837462/
  155. 155. How does Scrum support the application of each of the five values?
  156. 156. How does the ScrumMaster model the values and principles of Agile and Scrum?
  157. 157. Empiricism
  158. 158. In what environments would the application of Scrum lead to excellent results?
  159. 159. How do I become a Certified ScrumMaster?
  160. 160. Registering as a Certified ScrumMaster • We will register you as a CSM with the Scrum Alliance • We will pay your first year fee for you • The alliance will contact you to complete the process • The process takes up to an hour • See the follow-up email for more information
  161. 161. What can you change right now for you and your organization?
  162. 162. Thank you!
  163. 163. I. General Knowledge 22.3% A. Agile Manifesto 8.7% (3) B. Scrum Foundations 13.6% (5) II. Scrum Roles 52.80% A. Overview of Scrum Roles 12.7% (5) B. ScrumMaster 14.6% (5) C. Product Owner 11.9% (3) D. The Team 13.6% (5) E. Impact on Traditional Roles 3% (1) III. Scrum Artifacts 12.5% (4) A. Product Backlog B. Sprint Backlog C. Burndown Charts (Sprint and Release) IV. Scrum Meetings 12.3% (4) A. Sprint Planning Meeting B. Daily Scrum Meeting C. Sprint Review Meeting D. Sprint Retrospective Meeting E. Release Planning Meeting
  164. 164. Aaron Sanders Agile Coach Email: aaron@sanders.name Twitter: @_aaron_sanders
  165. 165. Videos: Nordstrom Innovation Lab Failure: the Secret to Success First Follower Drive – Dan Pink Start With Why – Simon Sinek Stop it Story Splitting Twenty Ways to Split Stories - Will Wake Story Splitting Flowchart - Richard Lawrence All the Agile books you’ll ever need: http://www.noop.nl/2010/08/top-100-agile-books.html …and blogs, and other great material http://www.noop.nl/top-lists/ - Jurgen Appelo managing with CFD – David Anderson Agile Retrospectives – Derby and Larsen ORID Agile Project Management – Jim Highsmith Jeff Patton Studying for the exam: http://www.scrumalliance.org/pages/scrum_student_resources

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