Although Scrum might look simple, the journey from zero to hero, is a bumpy road. That’s why it’s so important to start your Scrum journey the right way: by taking a high quality Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster training led by one of the top Scrum experts in the world.
What will you learn
In this two-day training you will learn how to get a Scrum project up and running. The training is highly interactive and you will leave with lots of practical hands-on experience, plus dozens of tips and tricks on what you need to do to succeed with Scrum in your organization. And if you are already doing (or trying to do) Scrum, this training will help you understand what your team is doing well and what you need to improve to take it to the next level.
Who should attend
All team members — programmers, analysts, testers, UI/UX designers — working (or planning to work) on a Scrum project will benefit from this training.
It’s suitable for everyone who has knowledge on Scrum, has already gathered some experience and wants to deepen their understanding of Scrum. The ScrumMaster role is the focus of the course – however it is suitable for all team members who would like to expand their Scrum knowledge.
Cherie Silas (see video) is a Scrum Alliance, Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) and an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with a strong desire to help people arrive at the place they define as success in both personal and professional life.
Her goal is to invest the experience and talents she has gathered through years of learning, often times the hard way, into people whom she hopes will become greater than she can ever dream to be.
She has a deep background in organizational management with a proven track record of people development. Also worked as a consultant assisting several Fortune 500 clients with large agile transformations.
She has trained more than 1,000 agilists and maintains several mentoring relationships with scrum masters who are passionate about continuous growth. Contributions to the agile community at large include presenting regularly at conferences and user groups and blogging about agile coaching topics.