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The Advanced ScrumMaster course defines the skills needed by an Agile coach and explores the essential skills needed to raise your level of expertise as a practicing ScrumMaster. These skills are core to the ScrumMaster role but are also needed by team members, product owners, and others who will be interacting with scrum teams. Mastering these skills ensures a healthier team collaboration, facilitation, and communication between stakeholders, which also leads to higher quality products and services to the customer. Some of these skills will be introduced in this class and explored in more depth in the required homework. Upon successful completion of this course, and the corresponding experience requirement, you will be awarded the A-CSM certification by the Scrum Alliance.
What You Will Learn
- Business case development
- Team decision making
- Team building
- Conflict resolution
How You Will Benefit
- Learn how to facilitate Scrum team meetings.
- Develop your skills for creating a business case to justify any policy and structural changes that may be required to remove impediments to agility.
- Discuss conflict resolution within teams and between team members, product owners, and stakeholders.
- Learn how to make decisions within a Scrum team.
- CONFLICT RESOLUTION
- TEAM DECISION MAKING
- TEAM BUILDING
- BUSINESS CASE DEVELOPMENT
- COACHING THE PRODUCT OWNER
- PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Who should attend
This course is designed for IT professionals (architects, business analysts, database administrators, designers, developers, engineers, programmers, quality assurances, testers), mid- and senior-level IT leadership (chief informational officers/chief technology officers/chief experience officers, vice presidents, directors, managers), technical writers, project managers, product managers, subject matter experts and stakeholders, military and law enforcement strategists, university research centers, consultants, ScrumMasters, and product owners.