As we build the product we'll also use the Scrum framework to discover more about our product and how we're working using the principles of transparency and inspection. Based on what we discover we'll adapt our product and working practices the pursuit of improved outcomes.
The workshop is highly interactive and structured around group activities and dialogue. It's suitable for anyone who wants an understanding of Scrum including team members, product owners, scrum masters, business analysts, project managers, senior managers, functional managers, users and other stakeholders.
The workshop will also provide many deep insights from the course leader's extensive experience.
Whether this is your first step on your agile journey or you're already on a path of continuous learning and exploration, this course provides opportunities for you to experience all the elements of Scrum including:
- managing product development
- working in self-managing teams
- building a product incrementally and iteratively
- inspecting and adapting
- identifying impediments
- Iterative and incremental product development
- Transparency, Inspection and adaptation
- Product ownership
- Product backlog
- Product backlog refinement
- Definition of ‘Done’
- Potentially shippable product
- Sprint planning, review and retrospective
- More thorough investigation of the elements of Scrum
- Sprints, Planning, Daily Scrum, Review and Retrospective
- Delivering in small increments
- Scrum, from the perspectives of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and Develpment Team
- Implications for your organisation
- Scrum master skills
- Specification by Example
- Development team practices
- Q&A to cover context-specific puzzlements
- Suggested preparations for using Scrum in your organisation
Certification is provided by the Scrum Alliance®, a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to transform the world of work by guiding organizations to become prosperous and sustainable, to inspire people, and to create value for society.
All certified courses are trained by Certified Scrum Trainers®.
Read more about being a Certified ScrumMaster®
Course Leader: Stuart Turner
Stuart’s passion is helping develop outstanding workplaces.
Having introduced Agile practices into his own approach over 15 years ago, Stuart knows the benefits individuals and teams experience when owning the decisions about how they work.
In today’s highly complex world, Stuart helps organisations of all sizes make the smallest of interventions for disproportionately impressive benefits.
Bringing a wealth of experience of both personal and organisational change, Stuart can help you evolve your workplace to support people who thrive and improve outcomes.
Joining the Agile Community upon arriving in Singapore in 2011, Stuart founded and organised the Agile Singapore Conference in 2013 and 2014, and also presented two sessions in 2014. He has spoken at several international conferences, the largest of which was a plenary session for 1,100 delegates at the Global Scrum Gathering in USA, in 2016.
Accolades for the course
Stuart’s CSM course far exceeded my expectations. Rather than just a rote presentation of the mechanics of Scrum, Stuart presented the material in the context of the far more important and difficult goal of increasing organizational agility and speed of delivering business value. With the ever increasing rate of change in technology, every business is being either actively disrupted or at best facing increased competition. Scrum is a tool that can help an organization compete more effectively in this environment, but a successful implementation of Scrum is dependent on so much more than just the mechanics of the process. Inertia, resistance to change and perceived need for top down control are just a few of the structural issues organizations face when attempting to transition to an agile approach and/or implement a tool like Scrum. As a course participant you will definitely learn how to implement Scrum, but more importantly, exposure to Stuart’s passion will give you both critical insights into the underlying, non obvious, issues and tools and techniques you can use to immediately increase the odds that your orgnanization’s journey to becoming agile is a successful one. Robert Roach, CIO (December 2017)
Thanks again for the course, I found it excellent and connected directly to all the challenges we talked through (especially as I am in large scale scrum delivery, plugging into multiple waterfall teams/cultures - not easy!). - Steven Davidson, Executive Director, JP Morgan (October 2017)
“The whole approach of the course was amazing. As it’s a known fact that practical things have an ever-lasting effect on the mind, your exercises/activities were fabulous. I had loads of positive take-aways. My sincere thanks to you for conducting such a wonderful course.” - Bharat Bhushan, DBS (February 2016)
“I came to this course looking for answers to certain problems. I didn’t get straight answers. Instead, I learned an attitude and a way of how we can figure it out for ourselves” - Utsav Kant, Autodesk (January 2016)
The last three days were a meaningful learning journey for me. Today’s session on OpenSpace Agility was impressive. - Srinidhi Raghavendra, SGX (December 2015)
“…since the course our Scrum sprints have been improving tremendously! The team is a lot more confident now in executing sprints and the flow is a lot more legitimate. A lot of friction has also been removed as part of me ‘actively doing nothing’ and asking coaching questions based on my observations. I’m extending the knowledge to helping the scrums of other groups as well, so everyone is benefiting from it.” - Jason Mah, The Co-Foundry
I attended Stuart’s CSPO course over nine months ago. I have also attended the PMI Strategic Product Manager course which was four days in duration. I learned a lot more on the CSPO course and continue to be more aware of my thinking and behaviour every day. I recommend Stuart to “keep doing what he’s doing. It’s very effective.” - Jan Donyada, Product Manager at Sypherlabs