This workshop-style course continues to explore the essential coaching skills introduced in Part 1. Students will be required to demonstrate that they have acquired the skills introduced in Part 1 and practiced these skills in their workplace as required in the assignments given at the end of Part 1. Upon successful completion of this course, and the corresponding experience requirement, students will be awarded the A-CSM certification by the Scrum Alliance.
Completion of assignements given at the end of Part 1
Who Should Attend
IT Professionals (Architects, BAs, DBAs, Designers, Developers, Engineers, Programmers, QAs, Testers, etc.), Mid and Senior IT Leadership (CIOs/CTOs/CXOs, Directors, Managers, VPs), Technical Writers, Project Managers, Product Managers, SMEs and Stakeholders, Military and Law Enforcement Strategists, University Research Centers, Consultants, ScrumMasters, Product Owners.
How You Will Benefit
Be able to facilitate scrum teams and team meetings.
Be able to negotiate and develop a business case needed to justify any policy and structural changes that may be required to remove impediments to agility.
Be able to teach effective team decision making to your scrum team.
Be able to put the proper environment in place to facilitate team building.
Be able to effectively coach individuals and teams.
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