Enterprise Scrum Master Certificate – Certificate of Achievement


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Welcome to LeanAgileScrum Institute. Being Agile Demand a Different Mindset and Skillset.

Enterprise Scrum Master: Enterprise Scrum Master is responsible for promoting and supporting Scrum. Scrum Masters do this by helping everyone understand Scrum theory, practices, rules, and values.

This Enterprise Scrum Master Certificate will give you the foundation of knowledge and experience you need. Get the techniques, skills, and tools that enable you to build an Agile mindset by defining the principles, values, frameworks, advantages, and disadvantages of Agile development.

We benchmarked the Agile Scrum Leader role, responsibilities, agile domain skills, behaviours/mindset, motivators and competencies through our work with multi-national enterprises to develop our training program.

Who will benefit from this training
Software Development, QA, and Infrastructure Management
Program and Project Managers
Product and Product Line Management
Portfolio Managers, PMO, and Process Leads
Enterprise, System, and Solution Architects.

What will you get
Twelve months Access to online training portal
Course workbook and Personal development plan
Assessments report
Personal instructor assistance
Course certificate of completion and/or diploma designation
Automatic enrollment to our continuous learning program

All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly recommended.
Attendees make the most of the class if they:
Have studied the Agile Manifesto (required)
Have studied the Scrum Guide (required)
Have been closely involved with a project that builds or enhances a product or application.

Agile Training Framework

Scrum is an Agile framework. Sometimes people lose the purpose of Agile and tend to focus on rigid rules and meetings when doing Agile Scrum. The core purpose of Agile Scrum is to do a small portion of work, demo it, get feedback, and adapt based on the feedback at the core of the inspect and adapt loop. Our courses will provide practical knowledge – “How To” and real project examples for you so you can help your organization have a smoother agile transformation by addressing the true Agile Scrum purpose.

The focus of the training is to provide insight into Lean, Agile, and Scrum to show how the Scrum framework contributes to Agile practices. You will also learn Agile techniques, such as how to prioritize requirements, writing simple effective user stories, how to elicit and document requirements with user stories and how to guide your stakeholders throughout the project.

All our agile training programs are developed based on our “Agile Training Competency Model” to identify the end-to-end enterprise needs. We worked with multi-national enterprises to benchmark the agile roles and then developed agile training programs.

LeanAgileScrum Institute is the first agile training organization in the world to conduct agile job benchmarking for each agile role, created four assessments, developed supplementary courses and integrated the assessments into agile training programs.

Professional Diploma Designation

Professional Diploma designation of an individual who is qualified to know and practice the subject matter of Agile Methodology, Tools & Techniques, Scrum and other frameworks in the area of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum. It is based on practical program granted by LeanAgileScrum Institute and recognized globally.

The person recognized as professional is qualified to meet the practical knowledge of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum skills, Agile delivery skills, and is required to complete the required courses and assessment approved by Lean Agile Scrum Institute.

Professional Designation Assessment Method:
The professional designation is granted for the program by achieving a minimum score of 75% on the online exam and completion of project work assignments. Students must apply the course knowledge, techniques and methods used in the courses to create real “Case Studies” and/or “White Paper/Blog” and submit them as part of program certification completion to prove that they can apply this learning/knowledge in the workplace.

What will you learn?

1. Fundamentals of Agile and Scrum

Introduction to Agile and Scrum
a. Principles of Agile Framework
b. Agile Frameworks
c. Agile Values
d. Agile Principles
e. Agile Development Practice
f. Agile Perceptions
g. Agile Illustration
h. Agile Success Factors

Agile Essentials
a. Lean Agile Scrum Definition
b. Methodology Vs Framework
c. Organizational Agility
d. Project Challenges and Agile
e. Key Agile Practices
f. Agile Phases
g. Agile Software Development
h. Agile Planning
i. Challenges with Agile
j. Starting an Agile Projects

Scrum Essentials
a. What is Scrum
b. Goals of Scrum
c. Scrum Values
d. Empirical Process
e. What is Sprint
f. Scrum Process
g. Agile and Scrum
h. Iterations, Sprints, and Releases
i. Challenges with Scrum

Scrum Deliverables
a. Product Increments
b. Product Backlog
c. Sprint Backlog

2. Scrum Roles, Events and Artefacts

Scrum Roles
a. Product Owner Roles, Rights and Responsibilities
b. Scrum Master (SM) Roles and Responsibilities
c. SM and Product Owner
d. SM as Servant Leader
e. SM as Facilitator, and Coach and Mentor
f. SM Services To Development Team
g. SM Service to Organization
h. SM as Scrum Keeper
i. Development Team Roles and Responsibilities
j. Self-Organizing Team To Deliver Sprint
k. Managing “Technical Debt”
l. Other Stakeholders Roles and Responsibilities
m. Overcoming Roles and Responsibility Challenges

Scrum Events
a. Sprint Planning Meeting
b. Daily Standup Meeting
c. Planning and Executing Daily Standup Agenda
d. Sprint Review/Demo Meeting
e. Planning and Executing Sprint Review Agenda
f. Sprint Retrospective Meeting
g. Planning and Executing Retrospective Agenda

Scrum Artefacts
a. Intro to Scrum Artefacts
b. Product Backlog Artefacts
c. Sprint Backlog Artefacts
d. Sprint Metrics
e. Sprint Burndown Chart
f. Increment Artefacts
g. Definition of Done (DoD)
h. How to Track and Report in Agile
i. Spring Progress and Transparency
j. How to Track Challenges
k. How to Create and Manage Risks and Issues

3. Adaptive Planning, Estimating and Sprinting

Adaptive Planning
a. Product Vision
b. Release Planning
c. Product Backlog Planning
d. User Story Mapping
e. Sprint Planning
f. Project Resources
g. Monitoring and Tracking Progress
h. Business Value of Agile
i. Agile Project Suitability
j. Planning Techniques
k. Velocity Range Planning

Sprint Planning
a. Sprint Responsibilities
b. Inputs and Outputs
c. Capacity-Driven Sprint Planning
d. Velocity-Driven Sprint Planning

a. Relative Estimating
b. Story Points
c. Ideal Time
d. Planning Poker

a. Timeboxes
b. Definition of Done Review
c. Potentially Shippable Product Increments
d. Introducing Mid-Way Change into a Sprint

Scaling Scrum
a. Scaling Guidelines
b. Scaling Challenges
c. The Scrum of Scrums

Scrum Deliverables
a. Product Increments
b. Product Backlog
c. Sprint Backlog

Visual Daily Performance Management System (VDPMS)
a. What is Visual Management
b. Why Visual Management
c. What is VDPMS
d. Why VDPM Work
e. Benefits of VDPMS
f. How to Deploy a VDPMS
g. Pull System
h. Just In Time (JIT)
i. Daily Accountability