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CSASP - Certified Scrum@Scale Practitioner

Overview

Duration: 3 days
This Scrum@Scale course aims to take the core principles of Scrum and apply them to a scalable environment. The program promises to enable the transformation of all divisions within an organization towards becoming more efficient and coordinated. The course will prepare professionals to apply core Scrum principles such as lean product development across a wide range of teams.

Scrum integration provides many benefits to large organizations. It has helped large companies form ideal teams, open up effective communication channels, and optimize project handling times.

A recent study found that Scrum projects enjoy a 63% Success Rate, which is considerably higher than the industry average. Additionally, 97% of professionals using Scrum principles will continue using it in the future. Moreover, over 87% have daily Scrum meetings to engage in agile development.

According to Jeff Sutherland, a founder of the Scrum development process, organizations that work without the foundation of Scrum principles invest over 70% of their time on dark work. This includes working on products and features customers do not desire and need. Hence, this work often results in zero value for customers as well as for the organization itself. He believes organizations can transform decision making by reducing these negative numbers.

Objectives

In this course you will learn :

1. Scale Scrum 
2. Scrum@Scale Framework
3. Collaboration
4. Create Roadmap for Improvements
5. Overcome Impediments
6 Improve Scrum Metrics 

Audience

Anyone who is interested in learning more about this modular scaling framework that enables the efficient coordination across an unlimited number of Scrum teams through its use of a “scale-free” architecture

Since this is not an introductory course to Scrum, attendees are expected to have earned the two-day Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) or Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) credential or its equivalent. Alternatively, comparable real-world experience implementing Scrum is highly beneficial.

Content

Section 1:
Introduction
Objective:
Discuss the reasoning, the formation, and the problems
Scrum and its natural extension Scrum@Scale designed to solve.

1-1 Why Agile?

1-2 Three mega-issues
•    Prioritization
•    Working Product
•    Organizational Refactoring

1-3 What and Why?
•    Dual operation system
•    Waterfall does not scale
•    First Scrum@Scale Prototype
•    Policy resistance
•    
Takeaway:
You will learn about the concept of Scrum and why Scrum@Scale is the best way to solve your business and management problems.

Section 2:
Building Strong Scrum Teams
Objective:
Emphasizes on the principals behind hyper- productive Scrum teams and their key building blocks.
2 - 1 Team-level process
•    Scrum Patterns
•    Scaling challenge: Inconsistent Scrum

Activities:
2 – 3 case studies to discuss within the team
Takeaway:
You will learn to form an efficient, productive, self-motivated, and result-oriented team that can produce high-quality products in the minimum time.

Section 3:
Scale-up to multi-teams environment and
the entire organization
Objective:
Preparing students to scale-up to multi-teams level Scrum.
3-1 Scaling Scrum and the Scrum Master

3-2 Cross-team Coordination
•    Case study

3-3 The Executive Action Team (EAT)
•    Scaling challenge: bureaucracy & hierarchy
•    Pattern - The Agile Practice
•    Two case studies

3-4 Continuous Improvement and Impediment Removal

3-5 Deployment

3-6 Feedback

3-7 Metrics and Transparency
•    Two case studies

Takeaway:
You will learn how to apply the agile practice at a multi-team level. Here, you will be taught the ways to effective communication and collaboration model between teams across departments and with the senior management.

Section 4:
From vision to backlog: Collaborating with the business entity to form a PO organization
Objective:
Positioning business entity with Agility with the aim to deliver business results.
4.1 The Product-Owner Cycle

4.2 Strategic Vision

4.3 Backlog
•    Prioritization
•    Decomposition and Refinement
4.4 Release Planning
•    Case study

Takeaway:
You will learn to deliver better business results through Agility with a customer-oriented mindset that prioritizes and delivers what the customers want.

Prerequisites

There are no mandatory prerequisites for taking the Scrum@Scale course, but having the following certifications and knowledge is an added advantage.

  • A two-day Certified ScrumMaster Course (CSM®) or experience in Scrum implementations.
  • Completion of a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO®) course is also encouraged.
  • It is also recommended for you to read the official Scrum@Scale Guide prior to the class.

Certification

Certified Scrum@Scale Practitioner

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