Professional Scrum Master Warsaw, Dec 3-4, 2019


Course Overview

Scrum is a lightweight framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. It is initially intended for software products but is generally well-suited for situations where you face uncertainty and have to find a solution based on previous experience, experiments, and validated learning.

Scrum is a metaphor that emphasizes teamwork — the "playing field" with its rules and values, on which self-organized teams can outgrow themselves.

Price: EUR 1199

Course Details


Warsaw, Poland


Dec 3, 2019
Dec 4, 2019

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Language: English

The training gives an overview of what Scrum means, which vision is behind it, and how you can apply it in practice.

Scrum is easy to understand and hard to master. Therefore, the overarching goal is to convey to you what mastering Scrum means.

It is a class for those who are ready or recently started their journey to use Scrum as a tool for continuously improving their Business Agility.

The knowledge transfer in training follows the approach "exercise first" and the principle "learning through teaching".  The participants and the trainer collaborate to share and expand their knowledge.

Agenda topics of the training are:

  • Get to know the theory and principles behind Scrum
  • Capture the Scrum framework
  • Run a product delivery case study 
  • Recognize the meaning of "Done" and "Undone"
  • Improve your knowledge about the cooperation of people
  • Deeper understand the role of the Scrum Masters 
  • Scrum within an organization
  • Information about the Professional Scrum Master certification

For the online exam for the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I), you will receive a coupon for free participation after the training. The certificate obtained is valid for life.

Under PMI guidelines, the successful completion of this class merits fourteen PDUs.

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