For who is this training?
You have been a Scrum Master for a while now. Perhaps you took a certication training, explaining Scrum. But what can you do as Scrum Master after you get the basics up and running? How can you truly get the most of this framework to build great teams? How do you go from ‘a’ Scrum Master to becoming a good Scrum Master?
This course consists of theory, excercises and a lot of practical advice. The training consists of three parts:
(1) An in-depth look at the Scrum process and how to get the most out of them.
(2) Techniques and excercises on improving cooperation and trust within your Scrum team
(3) Last but not least, we spend a lot of time on the most important instrument: you.
After the course
After the course, you will receive 5 bi-weekly ‘Scrum Master Challenges’ via email, which will help you and your Scrum team apply what you learned during the two days.
09:00-12:00 In-depth look at the role of Scrum Master
After an introduction and discussing the learning goals for the training, we will have an indepth look at the role of the Scrum Master in the Scrum process. As Scrum Master you are the most important instrument of change.
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00-16:30 Scrum Events – part 1
After lunch, we will dive into the Scrum events. How can tweak and adjust them, so your team gets the most out of them?
16:30-17:00 Wrap up day one
09:00 – 12:00 Three rules for building a great team
We will discuss my ‘Three Rules for building a Great Team’ and practice them by doing different excercies.
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00- 16:30 The instrument of change: you
We will look once again at the role of Scrum Master and discuss the mindset and behaviours of a really good Scrum Master. We will discsus ways of improving how you perform in your role and how you can influence your environment. We will end this session with your improvement backlog.
16:30 – 17:00 Wrap up and course end
The trainer: Jasper Verdooren | sprintzero
I started as Scrum Master in 2007. Since then, I also had the roles of Product Owner and Agile team lead, but now I spend most of my time as an Agile Coach. Regardless of the role I have, I love building strong development teams and helping people grow and meet their potential.
Colleagues usually describe me enthusiastic, honest and fun to work with (and on one occasion as ‘très flamboyant’, which sounds about right).
I am certified as Scrum Master, Product Owner and Agile Coach and live in Amsterdam. I have had the roles of Scrum Master, Product Owner, manager and Agile Coach for different companies such as TomTom, Rijkswaterstaat, Liberty Global, ABN AMRO, Nuon and KPN.
For some background, go to my profile page.
Dates for 2018 coming soon!