Become a Certified ScrumMaster

SolutionsIQ’s Certified ScrumMaster Training is interactive and highly experiential. Participants gain a clear understanding of the ScrumMaster role and learn practical tools and techniques needed to effectively champion Scrum and Agile within their team and organization.

This course explores six content themes.

  1. Lean, Agile, and Scrum
    Values and Principles, Scrum Theory, The Scrum Team & Roles, Scrum Events & Artifacts
  2. Agile Facilitation
    Basic Scrum Facilitation Techniques, Facilitation of Group Decision Making, Ground Rules of Clear Communication, Obstacles to Clear Communication
  3. Agile Coaching
    Challenges of Self-Organization, Differences in Facilitation, Teaching Mentoring, and Coaching
  4. Service to the Development Team
    ScrumMaster as Servant Leader, Value of Engineering Practices
  5. Service to the Product Owner
    Coaching the Product Owner, Collaboration Techniques
  6. Service to the Organization
    Impediment Removal, Coaching the OrganizationMore questions? Check out our FAQ and our Certified Scrum Trainers.

The SolutionsIQ Difference

Get Hands on with Agile Experts.
SolutionsIQ training events allow you to get hands-on with seasoned Agile practitioners that have more than a theoretical understanding of building Agile enterprises.  The best learning experiences are rooted in action. As a result, our facilitators leverage experiential learning techniques to explore Agile values, principles, and practices across our full range of training curriculum.

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If you have a group of 10 or more, we invite you to consider bringing a consultant on-site to facilitate a training event tailored to your specific organizational needs.

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ScrumMaster Resources

Agile Amped Podcast

Exploring Paired Leadership at Scrum Alliance with Howard Sublett

Agile Amped Podcast

The Union of People, Process and Products to Continuously Deliver Value

Blog Post

Agilists Unite at Agile2018!

Agile Amped Podcast

“Personal Kanban” Author Jim Benson on the Agile Manifesto