Complete Agile Scrum Master Certification Training

Prep Course for Professional Scrum Master 1 (PSM I). Agile Scrum Simulation + 340 Practice Questions + [EXTRA] PSM II
Complete Agile Scrum Master Certification Training
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Complete Agile Scrum Master Certification Training

What you’ll learn

Pass the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) certification, on your first attempt.
Master the Scrum framework and Agile mindset, even if you know nothing now.
Get unique assessment tips and shortcuts for answering questions of the Professional Scrum Master (PSM) I assessment.
PSM I Sniper lectures, specifically tailored for Professional Scrum Master (PSM) I assessment questions.
More than 5 hours of stunning content, strategically organized course to maximize your learning potential.
Test your understanding throughout the course with quizzes.
Get ready for taking the Professional Scrum Master (PSM) I assessment by taking exclusive Professional Scrum Master (PSM) I simulators.
Ask questions in the Q&A section.
Receive, for free, an unique and exclusive cheat sheet for assisting you while taking the Professional Scrum Master (PSM) I assessment.
A digital certificate of completion.
Manually curated captions to enhance your learning experience.

Complete Agile Scrum Master Certification Training


No external knowledge, software, or material will be necessary, because they will all be provided in the course.


This course and practice exams are neither endorsed by, nor in partnership, nor affiliated with Scrum .org.This course prepares you for taking Scrum .org’s Professional Scrum Master® level 1 (PSM I ®) assessment.———————–Imagine yourself being prepared to lay a job in one of the highest-promising and highest-paying areas, skyrocketing your career, and improving your life quality.Have you pictured it?An opportunity that is right there, waiting for you to grab, is becoming a Scrum Master!Check out some data that shows that becoming a Scrum Master is a great opportunity for you:Glassdoor includes Scrum Master in its list of highest-paying jobs, with an average of $97,000+, per year.A study performed by Scrum. org in 2019 showed that the average salary of a Scrum Master is $98,000+, ranging up to $150,000+, per year.LinkedIn included Scrum Master in its 2019 Most Promising Jobs list.However, what does Scrum Master mean?Scrum Master is a Scrum accountability. Scrum is an agile framework for developing, delivering, and sustaining complex products.If you already know about Scrum Master and Scrum, great! You might be some steps closer to the goal of laying a job as a Scrum Master!If you don’t, great too! Just by being here, you are already moving in the right direction!In both cases, one factor that has been demonstrated to highly influence your chances of getting hired as a Scrum Master, and getting paid higher, is getting certified!There are many certifications available, but the best cost-benefit for you is, unquestionably, getting the Professional Scrum Master level 1, by Scrum. org!However, it costs $150 per attempt, which is not cheap.Therefore, a smart move is to make a small investment in this course.Why?Let me give you 7 reasons.1) Because it will boost your chances of getting certified as a Professional Scrum Master!2) Because it is eye-opening, clearly explaining Scrum with examples, proper learning curve, and visual explanations!3) Because it contains exclusive practice exams for you to simulate the experience of taking the PSM I assessment and test your knowledge, totaling over 300 questions for you to sharpen your saw!4) Because it contains PSM I Sniper lectures, in which you will learn special tips and shortcuts to triumph by passing the Professional Scrum Master® (PSM I) assessment on your first attempt.5) Because this course was strategically built to maximize your learning potential by using scientifically demonstrated techniques to optimize your brain’s capabilities of constructing the necessary neural paths to learn its content.6) Because this course offers extra content to help you to study (and learn) faster by using scientifically proven techniques.7) The instructor, Mirko Perkusich, has both industry and academic experience. He has over 10 years of experience working with big players in the software industry, such as Nokia, Asus, and Sony; additionally, he has also worked with startups. Further, he has a Ph.D. in Computer Science. His research focuses mostly on Agile Software Development (and Scrum) with over 50 published scientific articles in worldwide, state-of-the-art journals and conferences.If you still have any doubts, check below real testimonials from students that purchased courses from Mirko Perkusich!What if you, for whatever reason, want a refund?This course has a 30-day money-back guarantee policy!No questions asked!There is no risk for you!What are you waiting for? Join now and take a step further into becoming a Professional Scrum Master™ and uplift your career!——————————————————————————————Students Testimonials (What are students saying about Mirko’s courses?):”Great training. Passed PSM I immediately after the end of the course. I recommend”, Jacek Laskowski”Dear Mirko, Thanks to your wonderful course, I cleared my PSM 1 exam in the first attempt with 95%.” (private message) Mahesh Iyer, Project/Program Management Professional”Undoubtedly the Best Course! Thanks a Million, Mirko!!!” – Mirza Mehdi, Business Analyst”So far excellent, Mirko is able to deliver this unfamiliar matter (to me) in a very understandable way. Probably to put it in practice it will take some cycles making some experience, but if you like its logic it will come almost natural.” Gian Luca Anselmi, Project Manager”I like the course content! I will definitely recommend taking the course if you want to gain the full guide on Agile and specifically on Scrum. The Instructor explains each detail very clearly. Before this, I took another good course, but it gave basic knowledge. This one was the best match for me. It gave me complete and enough knowledge about Scrum.” – Anna Kirakosyan, Project Coordinator”This course is one of the best I’ve taken in Udemy. I like its progressive style along with helpful quizzes and tips, which has helped me to assimilate and consolidate a solid knowledge about agile management with Scrum. Not to mention the insights that Dr Mirko brings to the table with a perfect alignment between theory and practice, which also helped me a lot to connect with the concepts covered in the course. Dr Mirko has great teaching skills. I couldn’t recommend it more.” – João Nunes, Software Engineer”The course not only conveys knowledge and skills, but also teaches the right approach that significantly increases the efficiency of using this framework. All in an accessible and friendly, but also professional, form.” – Bagu Bagu”Informative, comprehensive and good consolidated training…absorbed and enjoyed the learning curve. Thanks to Mirko and team!” – Narayan Ragothma Rao, Executive Director”Dr. Mirko has a good didactic and strong skills both academic and Industry study cases. So, I recommend this course to you get the knowledge, practice and if you so get the Scrum Certification, this course is really complete.” – Leonardo Melo de Medeiros, College Professor and Research Scientist”I like how you get straight to the point but also make things very clear to understand!” – Nina Paleracio”All concepts clearly explained. Great examples and case studies provided to reinforce the theory.” – Crystal Glassford, General Manager”So far so good. I like the way the content is explained using lots of examples and visuals, helps me understand better and the learning pace is good for me too.” – Jonathan Nathan, IT Project Manager”He’s actually doing a great job of making what I was presuming to be a boring, tired class, into something I want to learn. Not lying about the subject matter is the best start. Promises kept are promises earned.” – Jeremy D Shorter, Financial Analyst——————————————————————————————Legal Information and DisclaimerProfessional Scrum™, Professional Scrum Master™, PSM™, PSM I™, PSM 1™, Scrum Guide™ and Nexus Guide™ are protected brands of Scrum. org, the organization responsible for developing and sustaining both, the Scrum Guide™ and the Nexus Guide™.This course, including the practice exams, are neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Scrum. org.Attribution and Use for the Scrum Guide™ and Nexus™Guide:This course uses content from the Scrum Guide™ and the Nexus™ Guide only for educational purposes.The Scrum Guide™ and Nexus Guide™ are made available as is.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Notes (Downloadable PDF)

Lecture 2 Scrum in 3 minutes

Lecture 3 Improving Your Course Taking Experience: Video Settings

Lecture 4 About the Professional Scrum Master I certification


Lecture 6 Improving Your Course Taking Experience: Q&A

Lecture 7 Your route for passing the PSM I assessment on your first attempt!

Lecture 8 The Scrum Guide (Downloadable PDF)

Lecture 9 [VERY IMPORTANT] How to follow this course

Lecture 10 Scrum Glossary

Lecture 11 What Scrum REALLY is!

Lecture 12 Scrum subway

Lecture 13 Traditional x Agile

Lecture 14 Agile, Rapid, and Lean

Lecture 15 Agile Manifesto Overview (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 16 Agile Mindset (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 17 Agile Values (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 18 Agile Principles (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 19 Agile Project Principles (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 20 Agile Product Principles (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 21 Agile People Principles (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 22 Agile Process Principles (not Mandatory, but good to know)

Lecture 23 The Relationship between Agile and Scrum

Lecture 24 The Cone of Uncertainty

Lecture 25 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 26 PSM I Taking Tips

Lecture 27 PSM I Sniper – Fundamentals

Lecture 28 One-Minute Write

Lecture 29 FAQ’s

Lecture 30 [EXTRA] Tips for you to learn more effectively (Downloadable resources)

Section 2: The Scrum Flow

Lecture 31 Scrum in 1 minute

Lecture 32 Scrum as a Value-driven effort

Lecture 33 Sprints, the heart Scrum!

Lecture 34 How does the Sprint Backlog fit in?

Lecture 35 The importance of the Increment

Lecture 36 The Scrum Team’s continuous improvement and balance

Lecture 37 Course Updates

Section 3: Scrum Theory and Values

Lecture 38 Scrum, Empiricism, and Lean Thinking

Lecture 39 Dissecting Empiricism

Lecture 40 Scrum Values

Lecture 41 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 42 PSM I Sniper – Scrum Theory and Values

Section 4: The Scrum Team

Lecture 43 Introduction to The Scrum Team

Lecture 44 The Product Owner as the Business Catalyst

Lecture 45 The Weak Proxy Product Owner

Lecture 46 The Product Owner: Recap

Lecture 47 The Developers: delivering work collaboratively

Lecture 48 What does a Scrum Master do?

Lecture 49 The Scrum Team: Wrap up

Lecture 50 Scrum Master: Digging Deeper

Lecture 51 The Scrum Master and Management

Lecture 52 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 53 PSM I Sniper – The Scrum Team

Section 5: Project Simulation Description

Lecture 54 Scrum Flow Recap

Lecture 55 Case Study Overview

Lecture 56 Case Study Description

Section 6: Scrum Artifacts 01/03: Product Backlog

Lecture 57 Scrum Artifacts: Introduction

Lecture 58 Artifacts Transparency

Lecture 59 Product Goal, connecting the Product with the Vision

Lecture 60 Defining a Product Goal in practice

Lecture 61 Product Backlog Overview

Lecture 62 User Story (not Scrum Guide official)

Lecture 63 Ordering the Product Backlog

Lecture 64 Sizing the Product Backlog Items

Lecture 65 Story Points (not Scrum Guide official)

Lecture 66 Planning Poker (not Scrum Guide official)

Lecture 67 Product Backlog Items Value with the Kano Model (not Scrum Guide Official)

Lecture 68 Product Backlog Refinement

Lecture 69 The Definition of “Ready” (not Scrum Guide official)

Lecture 70 Monitoring Progress Towards Goals

Lecture 71 Burn-Down Chart

Lecture 72 Burn-Up Chart

Lecture 73 Cumulative Flow Diagram

Lecture 74 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 75 PSM I Sniper – Product Backlog

Section 7: Scrum Artifacts 02/03: Increment

Lecture 76 Increment: introduction

Lecture 77 Definition of Done

Lecture 78 Who defines the Definition of Done?

Lecture 79 When is the Definition of Done defined?

Lecture 80 Technical Debt

Lecture 81 The Increment

Lecture 82 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 83 PSM I Sniper – Increment

Section 8: Scrum Events 01/05: Sprint Planning

Lecture 84 Introduction to Scrum Events

Lecture 85 Defining the WHY and WHAT can be Done during the Sprint (+ Velocity)

Lecture 86 Defining HOW will the chosen work get done

Lecture 87 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 88 PSM I Sniper – Sprint Planning

Section 9: Scrum Artifacts 03/03: Sprint Backlog

Lecture 89 Sprint Backlog

Lecture 90 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 91 PSM I Sniper – Sprint Backlog

Section 10: Scrum Events 02/05: The Sprint

Lecture 92 The Sprint

Lecture 93 Cancelling a Sprint

Lecture 94 Invalid Sprints, according to the Scrum Guide

Lecture 95 Monitoring Sprint Progress

Lecture 96 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 97 PSM I Sniper – The Sprint

Section 11: Scrum Events 03/05: The Development Work and Daily Scrum

Lecture 98 Introduction

Lecture 99 The Development Work

Lecture 100 Daily Scrum

Lecture 101 Let’s run a Daily Scrum

Lecture 102 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 103 PSM I Sniper – The Development Work and Daily Scrum

Section 12: Scrum Events 04/05: Sprint Review

Lecture 104 Sprint Review Overview

Lecture 105 Sprint Review

Lecture 106 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 107 PSM I Sniper – Sprint Review

Section 13: Scrum Events 05/05: Sprint Retrospective

Lecture 108 Sprint Retrospective

Lecture 109 Final Remarks on the Scrum Guide

Lecture 110 Scrum Guide Evolution

Lecture 111 Scrum Guide Reading

Lecture 112 PSM I Sniper – Sprint Retrospective

Section 14: Scaled Scrum (Nexus)

Lecture 113 Scaled Scrum

Lecture 114 Component Teams vs Feature Teams

Lecture 115 Sprints Cadency for Multiple Scrum Teams

Lecture 116 Nexus Guide (Downloadable PDF)

Lecture 117 PSM I Sniper – Scaled Scrum

Section 15: Getting PSM certified!

Lecture 118 Tips for the Professional Scrum Master level I (PSM I) assessment

Section 16: [EXTRA] Preparation for the Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) Assessment

Lecture 119 Setting the Stage

Lecture 120 PSM II x PSM I

Lecture 121 What to Study?

Section 17: Final Bonus

Lecture 122 ***YOUR SPECIAL BONUS***

People who want to become a certified Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I),People who want to learn and master Scrum,People who want to refresh and polish their knowledge of Scrum,People who want to get hired as a Scrum Master

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