Professional Scrum Master™

‘The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried.’ ― Stephen McCranie

Make your Scrum team benefit from incremental software delivery. Scrum is simple to understand and extremely difficult to master. Lower the risk of partial or non-beneficial Scrum implementation with Professional Scrum Master™ class. We’ll focus on knowledge, skills and behaviours that help foster team self organisation. At Agile Rebels we put extra effort in the understanding of the ‘professional’ component in software delivery. We believe that our responsibility is to help to understand and go deeper than scratching the surface about Scrum mechanics. In this course you’ll be able to see how every part of Scrum fit together to successfully deliver value to the customer.


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two day intensive workshop

for Scrum Masters and everyone who wants to understand and apply empiricism and self-organisation Professional Scrum Master™ certification


you will

discover and understand the mechanics of Scrum framework

be able to facilitate the Scrum events

feel the value of Scrum values

learn the difference between traditional and agile development methodologies

understand the importance of Done and its role in building transparency

understand behaviours and characteristics of good Scrum Master stance.

learn how to build Product Backlog, to plan with agility


what’s it really about

Scrum theory and principles. Why Scrum? The difference between incremental and prescriptive development. Empirical process control.

Predictability and empirical model. Risk management. Progress monitoring.

Scrum framework. Roles, artifacts and events that enable new management paradigm. Timeboxing. Dos and don’ts.

Scrum Master’s skills and mindset. How to grow teams. Which behaviours help and how to use data to develop successful teams. Essential skillset. Scrum Master – technical/non-technical.

Done, undone work. The importance of transparent Definition of Done. The consequences of having certain standards in organisation.

Valuable Scrum events. Facilitation and moderation. Helpful techniques for productive team meetings.

Scrum in your organisation. How to introduce Scrum to your team and organisation. Reducing waste. Taking action.

Building a self-organising team. Scrum values. Role of boundaries and feedback loops in developing self organisation.


everyone interested in broadening the usage and efficiency of Scrum

Scrum Masters

Product Owners

leaders in Agile organizations



Everyone involved in agile transition

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