Professional Scrum Training Courses
Enables all members of the Scrum Team to learn Scrum while doing it, experiencing what it is like to deliver products using the Scrum framework
Learn Scrum theory, roles, events, and artifacts through individual and group activities along with trainer instruction.
In this advanced class, experienced Scrum Masters learn to overcome challenges they face through immersive facilitated exercises.
Students learn how to maximize the value of products and systems through instruction and team-based exercises.
Mastering the Product Owner Stances course focuses on helping experienced practitioners expand their ability to establish a solid vision, validate their hypotheses, and ultimately deliver more value.
Enables all members of a software-focused Scrum Team to learn Scrum while doing it, experiencing what it is like to build products with modern Agile and DevOps practices.
Hands-on workshop teaching managers and other leaders how to best support, guide, and coach their teams.
Teaches Scrum practitioners how to apply Kanban practices to their work without changing Scrum, bringing greater transparency and flow.
Learn modern UX techniques and practices that effectively enable Scrum Teams to best work with customers and their feedback to deliver higher value.
Designed for anyone involved in building products across multiple teams to learn how they can scale product delivery with Scrum.
Professional Scrum Competencies
Scrum.org has created these Professional Scrum™ Competencies to help guide an individual’s personal development as they learn Scrum.
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Scrum Guide 2020
Resources Describing Scrum Guide Changes
Find a series of resources that discuss and describe the changes between the 2017 and 2020 versions of the Scrum Guide.
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Scrum: A framework to reduce risk and deliver value sooner
An overview of the Scrum framework, for people new to Scrum and those who’d like to refresh their understanding. The aim of this white paper was to write in a practical, down-to-earth manner from the perspective of what the Scrum framework makes possible. This paper should be easy to read, clear up potential confusions and deepen your understanding.
What Makes Scrum.org Different
Learn how Scrum.org is unique in the market as a mission based organization that provides consistent experiential training around the world.
Professional Scrum Certification Assessments
There are three levels of Scrum Master assessments to validate and certify your knowledge and understanding of Scrum and the Scrum Master role.
There are three levels of Product Owner assessments to validate and certify your knowledge and understanding of the Product Owner role.
The Professional Scrum Developer assessment validates and certifies you knowledge and understanding of the Development Team Member role in Scrum.
The Professional Agile Leadership assessment validates and certifies an understanding about how leaders can best support their teams in an agile environment.
The Professional Agile Leadership - Evidence Based Management assessment validates and certifies an understanding about how leaders can best support their teams in an agile environment.
The Scaled Professional Scrum assessment validates and certifies an understanding of scaling fundamentals to enable multiple Scrum Teams working together.
The Professional Scrum with Kanban assessment validates and certifies an understanding of how to use Scrum with Kanban to improve value creation and delivery.
The Professional Scrum™ with User Experience assessment validates a fundamental level of understanding of integrating modern UX practices into Scrum.
How to Become a More Effective Agile Manager
New Blog Posts
On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What does a Scrum Master care about? Today's question asks what a Scrum Master truly cares about when working with a Scrum Team and the wider organization.
On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How does a Scrum Team handle scope creep?
There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
One of the most often used skills and stances in the daily life of a Scrum Master probably is coaching. I'm talking coaching as in the definition of e.g. the Agile Coaching Institute