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|Technical and business people trained||> 31,000|
|Companies coached (Fortune 10 to startup)||> 200|
|Years involved with Agile (originally the Smalltalk community)||> 30|
|Year of 1st Scrum implementation||2000|
|Successful enterprise agile transformations||> 10|
|Largest number of teams involved in agile transformation||> 1100|
|Largest single agile project in terms if people||> 2500|
|Managing Director of the Scrum Alliance||1st|
When is the class?
The class will take place on July 18-19, 2022 from 10am to 6pm US EASTERN Time.
How is the course delivered?
The course is delivered live (over Zoom) and instructor led by Ken Rubin.
What is the purpose of this "on-line course" if the event is live?
The reason for having this on-line presence is to provide a repository for the class artifacts. For example, pre-class information and the class handout materials are stored here. And, post class, you will be able to download the annotated class slides and copies of all exercises you completed during the class.
What happens after I purchase this course?
You will be enrolled in the July 18-19, 2022 live course. You will also have an account on this website that will give you access to all of the pre-class instructions and exercises.
Is this a certification course?
Yes! This is a Scrum Alliance approved certification class. Two of the requirements for becoming certified are to attend and to participate. So, please make sure that you are present for all in-classroom sessions and that you are engaged in the discussions. This class includes the fee for the Certified Scrum Master exam and a two year membership with the Scrum Alliance upon passing.
Does this course qualify for continuing educational credit?
Yes! Completing this course earns you 16 PDUs from the PMI and 16 SEUs from the Scrum Alliance (use Category "Learning").
There are no pre-requisites for this class. And, you don’t need to be a ScrumMaster to attend this Certified ScrumMaster training! This class is appropriate for both software and non-software professionals.
If you are working in a company that is adopting Scrum, and you are interested in understanding the foundational agile principles and their application in a Scrum environment, you should take this class.
In many companies, the CSM class is the go-to training for all managers, development team members, and often the business partners aligned with the Scrum teams. Traditional roles that frequently attend include:
- Technical Writers
- QA professionals
- Operations professionals
- Design and User Experience professionals
- Functional (Technical) Managers
- Project Managers
- Program Managers
- Sales professionals
- Risk and compliance
- HR professionals