This three-day Certified Scrum Master course covers the what, how and especially the whys of the Scrum framework for product development -- from the theory to practice. The course is structured around stories and discussions and is targetted to anyone who wants a deep understanding of Scrum. This includes team members, ProductOwners, ScrumMasters and other stakeholders. Most of the course is given from the ScrumMasters perspective.
The course lasts 2 days from 9 to 17-18. The first days content is more conceptual. It covers background, overview, roles, emperical process control, and the key differences between Scrum and other ways of developing new products. It also contains common impacts to the larger organization. The second days content is practical and answers the how-to-do questions. How to do a backlog? How to plan? How to estimate? How to do a daily Scrum? How to scale? And so forth. At the end of the second day, the participant will have concrete knowledge on how to implement Scrum and an understanding of why to do it that way.
Basic knowledge about Scrum is expected and some experience prefered. At minimum read the great introduction to Scrum: the Scrum Primer
- Overview, Roles and Self-managing
- Customer Relations
- Product Owner and Product Backlog
- Obstacles for Scrum
- Engineering Practices
- Sprint Planning and Sprint Backlog
- Daily Scrum
- The team
- Scaling Scrum
- Organizational changes
About Bas Vodde
Bas currently lives in Singapore where he ended up after living in Holland (born), China and Finland. He worked in a couple of start-ups in Holland, after which he, in 2001, had enough of the "normal life" and moved to China and started working for Nokia. In Nokia, he worked on large and traditional projects. This uncomfortable experience convinced him that agile and lean development is a more human way of developing software products -- no matter how large your development is.
He had the opportunity to introduce Agile Development (particularly Scrum) in Nokia Networks (later Nokia Siemens Networks) but had to move to Helsinki. There he watched dozens of product groups adopt scrum and other agile practices. The extreme cold in Finland forced him to migrate south and back to China where he focused on one large product group and its Scrum adoption.
Bas is interested in Scrum with a special focus on large companies and large product development. But he also enjoyed working on technical practices, especially test-driven development (especially in embedded environments) and continuous integration. He keeps working as a developer because he strongly believes you need a well-factored code base if you want to be fast and flexible. His hobbies are studies in lean production and quality management and, of course, programming.
He is also one of the authors of the CppUTest
unit test framework for C/C++ and of Osaka
a Mac UI automation framework written in Ruby.
About Wisang Eom
Wisang Eom is a Korean guy who will help with the course. He is currently working for LG Electronics and is providing training & coaching about Test Driven Development, Refactoring and Scrum in several divisions in LG Electronics. He has a long Experience in traditional way of development and found out that those are not good in current, rapidly changing and highly competitive environments. That moved him to look for other style of development and finally convinced him that agile development is the solution.
Since then, he has been contacting agile experts to introduce agile development practices to his organization. Bas Vodde is one of them.
Wisang Eom is the translator of the "Scrum and XP from the Trenches" by Henrik Kniberg and "Implementing Lean Software Development" by Mary and Tom Poppendieck.
Somerset Palace Seoul
85 Susong-dong, Jongno-gu
Seoul, South Korea
Somerset Palace Seoul
The course fee is 2000k Won