SCRUM: certification and schedule
In recent years, Scrum has developed into one of the leading methods in agile project management. Although this approach has been used in the IT industry for decades, it has now become established as a method for agile project management in other industries and areas.
Scrum is a project management process model based on the roles and artifacts defined by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber. Scrum consists of only a few rules. These describe five activities, three artifacts and three roles that make up the essential aspects of Scrum and are described in the Scrum Guide.
…easy to understand.
…difficult to master.
Scrum fußt auf drei Säulen
Transparency: The progress and obstacles of a project are recorded regularly and visibly for all.
Review: Project results and functionalities are regularly delivered and evaluated.
Adaptation: Product requirements, plans and procedures are not defined once and for all, but are adapted continuously and in detail.
The goal is the fast and cost-effective development of high-quality products according to a formulated vision. Scrum does not reduce the complexity of the task, but structures it into smaller and less complex components, the increments.
THE ROLE OF THE SCRUM MASTER
The Scrum Master plays a central role within a Scrum team. While the product owner works together with the customer on the deliverable of the project and the development is entrusted with the implementation of the project, the Scrum Master assumes the role of a kind of coach.
He is responsible for the adherence to Scrum within the project, but also acts as a mouthpiece for the organization. He communicates the project vision as well as the agile management approach. He protects the team from external influences and ensures that the team works.
DIE ZERTIFIKATION DES SCRUM-MASTERS AUF SCRUM.ORG
Our courses are aimed at project managers who want to improve and extend their knowledge and skills beyond traditional project management. This also includes conveying an agile way of thinking – away from the classic plan and towards dynamic project management.
The aim of the course is to give participants an overview of the Scrum methodology and to prepare them for their Scrum exam on Scrum.org in a targeted way.
THE EXAM ON SCRUM.ORG
After our course you will have an overview of Scrum and all related components. However, it is advisable to take a closer look at the contents afterwards in self-study.
The goal should be to get into the text examination on Scrum.org with almost 100% of the test questions. Then you have the relative security to pass the exam for a fee.
Exam fee: 150$ per attempt
85% of questions must be answered correctly
Number of questions: 80
Format: Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer and True/False
Level of difficulty: medium