The Scrum Master’s job is a very unique one. He (or she) is responsible for guiding, coaching and supporting a team throughout the development process; however, the job is not the same as a project manager. The Scrum Master is more of a servant and less of a commander, and it takes a considerable shift – and no small amount of training – to fully adapt to the role. During our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Columbia, Maryland, we will be training up and coming Scrum Masters as they prepare to take on this challenging and exciting role.
The Scrum Master’s role is centered around the Scrum framework itself. The goal of the Scrum Master is to ensure that the tools and principles of the framework are being fully implemented and utilized. By the same token, the Scrum Master is also focused on protecting the team from outside hindrances that would steal focus from the current “sprint.” Scrum, after all, is all about value. When a team is protected, supported and coached by a good Scrum Master, they are able to deliver the elements with the highest value in the shortest amount of time – resulting in greater profits for the company as a whole.
Our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Columbia, Maryland is designed to train highly qualified, dedicated Scrum Masters. Whether you’re totally new to Scrum or you’re simply looking to enhance your current skill set, this course will equip you with the skills you need to be an outstanding Scrum Master. Just a few key topics that we’ll touch on:
1. The Foundation: The history, values and development of the Scrum framework
2. The Roles: Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Team Members
3. The Tools: Sprints, Burndown Charts, Reports, Scrums and more
4. The Techniques: Building your team, encouraging communication, and organizing efficiently
Scrum is a beautiful system that can work wonders when it is properly implemented. Join us for two days of Agile Scrum Master certification training in Columbia, Maryland and see how Scrum can change the way you think and operate within your own organization. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.