Scrum is the most popular agile methodology in use today and the Scrum Master role is key to its success. This course will help you understand this role's responsibility to your team so you can help them get the most out of this powerful framework.
Become the Scrum Master for your team or further hone your craft. In this course, Scrum Master Fundamentals - Becoming a Great Scrum Master, you'll not only learn the Scrum Master's core responsibilities to each component of the Scrum Framework, but you'll also learn how to better understand the subtleties of the role and its relation to the rest of the framework so you can help your team get the most out of Scrum. First, you'll go through your responsibilities during each ceremony of the Scrum Framework as well your responsibilities to each member of the Scrum Team. Next, you'll discover how to help your team better understand the true goal of each piece of this seemingly simple framework so they can get as much value as possible out of the time that they're investing. Finally, you'll learn how to watch for and to steer clear of common pitfalls and challenges that can arise along the way. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only be well on your way to differentiating yourself as a truly great Scrum Master, but your team will also be better positioned to get the most out of this powerful software development framework.
Jeremy Jarrell is an agile coach and author who helps teams get better at doing what they love. He is heavily involved in the technology community, both as a highly rated speaker throughout the United States.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Jeremy Jarrell, and welcome to my course Scrum Master Fundamentals - Becoming a Great Scrum Master. I'm an Agile coach who helps teams get better at doing what they love. Whether you're new to the Scrum Master role, or you already have your feet wet and are ready to take this role to the next level, this course will show you how to help your team get the most out of each piece of the scrum framework. In this course we'll discuss the Scrum Master's responsibility to each piece of the scrum framework as well as better understand each piece's true purpose. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include what traits and habits do to the most successful Scrum Masters have in common. How you can facilitate each scrum ceremony in a way that helps your team stay engaged and productive throughout the entire session. How you can better understand the subtle dynamics that are intended between each role in the scrum framework, so you can coach each member of the scrum team to contribute to their highest potential, and how you can avoid common pitfalls that can befall both new and experienced Scrum Masters as you navigate the details of the scrum framework. By the end of this course, you'll know the practices and techniques necessary to perform the Scrum Master role in a way that helps your team deliver their best work. I hope that you'll join me with the Scrum Master Fundamentals - Becoming a Great Scrum Master course at Pluralsight.
Kicking Off the Sprint My name is Jeremy Jarrell and welcome to Kicking Off the Sprint, part of the Becoming a Great Scrum Master course of the Scrum Master Fundamentals course series. In this module, you'll learn now to properly begin a Sprint in the scrum framework using the Sprint Planning ceremony. You'll learn the format and the specific goals of each portion of this ceremony and you'll learn tips for getting the most out of this ceremony to help your team get started on the right foot. As a reminder, a Sprint is a timeboxed unit of work in which a scrum team works together to deliver a potentially releasable product increment. We discussed Sprints in detail earlier in this series so we won't revisit that discussion here but feel free to return to module two of the Scrum Master Fundamentals Foundations Course, which is the first course in this series, if you'd like to revisit the topic in more depth including better understanding the concept of a product increment, timeboxing, or choosing the right Sprint length for your team. Now that Globomantics has chosen their first scrum master, it's time for their scrum team to start their first sprint.