Creating enterprise agility through the Scrum Master role

Creating enterprise agility through the Scrum Master role

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Overview

ZXM’s Scrum Master Essentials™ is a one-day course that deep-dives into the role of the Scrum Master and how to support the enterprise, agile teams, stakeholders and Product Owners, to deliver value with Scrum and its complementary practices.

  • How to get started with agile as a Scrum Master
  • Scrum in a wider enterprise perspective.
  • How to support teams to be both cross-functional and self-managing.
  • How to facilitate Scrum events.
  • Supporting continuous improvement.
  • Coaching agile teams for maximum business results.
  • Scaled agile frameworks, including SAFe®, LeSS, Scrum @ Scale, and Nexus.

ZXM delivers Agile Essentials using hands-on learning – the same expectation that NASA have when they employ the best science minds in the world. 

Zen Ex Machina facilitators are experienced agile practitioners, trainers and coaches with 10 years’ experience with agile, as well as extensive applied experience with all aspects of agile frameworks, including Scrum, Lean, Kanban, SAFe®, Scrum @ Scale, Nexus, and LeSS.

Pre-Requisites:

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

  • New and existing Scrum Masters.
  • Project and Program Managers transitioning to Scrum.
  • Senior Managers.
  • Enterprise, Solution, and System Architects who will work with Scrum Masters to deliver enterprise-level continuous improvement.
  • Leaders who are supporting agile initiatives.
  • Business and internal stakeholders who will work with Scrum Masters.
  • Managers, team leads, Train Engineers, developers, and Product Owners who will work with Scrum Masters.

Learning Path

  • Scrum Master and agile product management
  • Understanding agile roles
  • What does a Scrum Master do?
  • Scrum Master relationships to nurture
  • Scrum events
  • Facilitation patterns
  • Using empiricism – inspection and adaptation of agile artefacts, Increments and the team
  • The science and research on self-organisation
  • Measuring agile maturity
  • Levels of delegation and decision-making
  • Visualising load versus capacity
  • Producing a roadmap with the Product Owner
  • Visualising dependencies
  • Creating business objectives and forecasting milestones

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