Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional – Certified ScrumMaster (CSP-SM)

Why should you attend a Scrum Alliance Advanced Certified Scrum Professional – Scrum Master (CSP-SM) training and workshop:

Certified Scrum Professionals challenge their teams to improve the way Scrum and Agile principles are applied. They have demonstrated experience, documented training, and proven knowledge in Scrum.

Are you ready to take your knowledge and skillset in your role as Scrum Master to the next level? If so, it’s time to elevate your career further by earning the Certified Scrum Professional®-ScrumMaster (CSP®-SM) certification.  

Learn to find practical solutions and improve your implementation of Scrum in the workplace.


Through the A-CSM, you’ll learn to:

  • Learn advanced coaching, facilitation and training techniques
  • Learn to build teams that everyone wants to join
  • Learn how to bring about a transformation at organization level
  • Plan launch of multiple Scrum teams

Pre-requisites

  • Hold an Advanced Certified ScrumMaster® (A-CSM) certification with the Scrum Alliance. 
  • Complete your Scrum Alliance membership profile.
  • Validate at least 24 months of work experience specific to the role of Scrum Master (within the past five years).

Who should attend:

  • Scrum Masters
  • Managers
  • Executives
  • Business Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Agile coaches

Course Outline:

  • Lean and Scrum
    • History of Lean Thinking
    • Aligning Lean and Scrum
  • Scrum Master’s role revisited
    • Facilitation
      • Alternatives to Open Discussion
      • Visual Facilitation techniques for events
      • Facilitating Remote meetings
    • Coaching
      • Understanding Human Psyhology
      • MBTi
      • Belbin Team roles
      • VDBM
    • Teaching
  • ScrumMaster services to a development team
    • Building a team that every-one wants to join
      • Laucnhing a new Scrum team
      • Responsibilities within the Scrum team
      • Filling skill gaps in the team
      • Improving team effectiveness
    • Delivering Potentially Shippable Increments
      • Good Engineering practices
      • Software Craftsmanship
  • ScrumMaster and Product Owner
    • Understanding the SM-PO relationship
    • Creating a Product Vision, Product Goals and Product Backlog
  • ScrumMaster services to the organization
    • Delivering lasting change
    • Change anti-patterns
    • Self reflections on change
  • Scrum at Scale
    • Building feature teams
    • Maintaining team heartbeats and sync