Professional Scrum Training Courses
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.
Learn Scrum by doing Scrum as a Scrum Team Member delivering products in a series of Sprints coupled with trainer instruction.
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.
For all members of the Development Team where they learn to create high quality software using the Scrum framework.
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.
New and Now at Scrum.org
Scrum.org Named Top 10 Influencers by SD Times
The 2019 SD Times 100: 'Best in Show' in Software Development
Effective Leaders Use Goals, Measures and Data to Reshape Culture
In this CMSwire article, Kurt Bittner explores the ideas about ways to leverage empiricism.
Balancing Generalists and Specialists - Building Successful Agile Teams
In this InfoQ article, Dave West, CEO and Product Owner, Scrum.org, talks about building successful agile teams.
How Stack Sports used Nexus to Scale Scrum and Maximize Value
This recorded webinar Stack Sport team members talk about their journey using Scrum and Nexus to scale Scrum.
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 two 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 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.
Avanade's Journey to Enterprise Agility
A Brief Overview of the Scrum Framework
New Blog Posts
I have my own biases, having seen co-located teams work very well and having struggled with “dislocated” teams, I often recommend my clients to reconsider “dislocated” teams.
En Scrum cada Sprint tiene como objetivo producir un incremento de producto completamente terminado y que potencialmente puede ser lanzado al mercado. La inspección de este incremento permite la adaptación del Product Backlog, así como evaluar el progreso hacia el objetivo del Sprint y los objetivos de negocio.
As part of the Scrum.org webinar “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer - Martin Hinshelwood - Answering Your Most Pressing Scrum Questions” I was asked a number of questions. Since not only was I on the spot and live, I thought that I should answer each question that was asked again here, as well as those questions I did not get to.
Product Owners have a tough job. I was in a Sprint Review recently where the Scrum Team had some stakeholders talking about an idea they thought was excellent. So, like any studious Product Owner, they immediately typed up the idea and added it to their Product Backlog.