The Scrum Developers – Essentials course is a 2-day course designed to support Developers in the Scrum Team in their professional development. This concept course is developed for Developers by Scrum Facilitators. The Scrum Developers – Essentials is an essential course to help you explore the attitude, behaviour, and mindset to become a professional member of the Scrum Team and a change agent.
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Over the course of two days, you will explore areas that are critical to growing as a successful Scrum Team member. Knowing Scrum is not the same as understanding it. That is why we will be deep-diving into the framework and explore the values and principles to start living Scrum. This approach is vital as the remaining topics will be focussing on mindset, attitude and behaviour. Not only inwards, but also towards others such as other Development Team members, Scrum Master, Product Owner and everyone outside the team. It is not only the Scrum Master, but everyone can help change the environment of Scrum Teams, creating an environment for agility to thrive.
This is the course where everything comes together. Scrum, people, flow, leadership, mindset, coaching and lessons learned. Together we will be exploring the key patterns of becoming a great Scrum Team member.
Introduction to agility:
Understanding speed and complexity. How this complexity tied to the importance of becoming agile? How is Agile related to Scrum?
Living Scrum over doing Scrum:
Understanding the values and principles of Scrum. Understanding Scrum over mechanical Scrum.
Scrum Team member supporting Scrum Master:
The different ways a Scrum Team can support a Scrum Master in the use of Professional Scrum. Understanding the different stances of a Scrum Master and how these stances can influence the work?
Scrum Team member supporting Product Owner:
Understanding the patterns of successful Product Delivery. Embracing complexity and managing risk via empiricism. Understanding the importance of a Sprint Goal and how to craft one.
Scrum Team member supporting each other:
What does cross functional and self-organizing really mean? Learn to give each other constructive feedback. Exploring the importance of “Done”.
Scrum Team member supporting Organisation:
How can Scrum Team members influence change in an organisation? Why is this important? Ways to measure outcome. How to improve the effectiveness of an organisation with Professional Scrum.
Attendees make the most of the class if they:
Study the Scrum Guide
Have been or are closely involved in building or enhancing a software product or application using Scrum
There is no exam linked to this course. However, participants should be able to take the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) assessment based on the content of this course.