Advanced Scrum Master
Scrum is deceptively simple: it can be taught in two days. Truly mastering Scrum requires a lot more practice. This one-day training teaches you to coach Scrum teams to reach their full potential, even in challenging environments. The training allows students to cherry-pick up to five topics from our Scrum Master Academy for in-depth coverage during the day. Part of the training is reserved to discuss open topics determined by the students at the start of the day. Taught in Dutch or English.
Through this training I am able to take my Scrum Master role to a higher level.
Audience Profile: Advanced Scrum Master Training
You'll benefit from this training if you are a Scrum Master or Agile Coach and you are ready to take your role to the next level. This training is also suitable if you are considering to enlist for the Scrum Master Academy and want to make sure that the Scrum Master Academy meets your needs.
- You have six months (minimum) experience as a Scrum Master or Agile Coach.
- You have a working knowledge of all aspects of Scrum.
- You are interested in coaching Scrum teams to achieve their full potential.
All participants must have completed a CSM or PSM training and passed the exam.
Achievements upon completion
- how to kickstart a new team
- different leadership styles
- different coaching techniques
- how your team can work smarter
- how tools and metrics can help your team
- how you can continue to learn and improve
You’ll gain hands-on experience in:
- organizing a team kickoff meeting
- giving and receiving feedback
- facilitating good retrospectives
- working with metrics and different tools
- using team building activities
You’ll gain the skills to:
- influencing and coaching people
- overcoming resistance
- facilitating efficient and effective meetings
- forming true Scrum teams
Students can pick up to five of the following Scrum Master Academy Topics, for in-depth coverage during the Advanced Scrum Master training day:
- team charter
- team building
- kickoff activities
- understanding and changing behavior
- servant leadership and other leadership styles
- effective facilitation, moderation, and support
- backlogs, refinement, and focus
- removing impediments
- coaching teams in a waterfall / non-Scrum organization
- transparency, tools, and metrics
- learning organization
- high-performing teams: self-organizing and multifunctional
- supporting Agile adoption in your organization
Examples of Open Topics:
- how to combine Scrum & waterfall
- how to make Scrum work in distributed team environments
- how Agile and PRINCE2 complete each other
- why risk management is an essential Agile team practice
- new ways to approach and solve complex problems