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Scrum - the agile allrounder

This training is for you if you want to manage small teams or complex projects

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In only two months

Become a Scrum Master with

One of our award winning e-learnings in the category "agile project management"

Aim of the training - What benefit do I get from the training?

You are set to embark on a two-month journey as a participant in the Article26 platform. This entails:

  • Embracing a fully flexible and self-organized learning approach, grounded in scientifically proven concepts that effectively foster the construction of knowledge.
  • Tailoring your learning experience to your unique preferences by seamlessly integrating a diverse array of learning formats and media types.
  • Engaging in collaborative learning within your group and connecting with others learners and Article26 trainers through chats or topic-specific discussions in the "Communities of Practice." Explore playful learning through the incorporation of a wide range of gamification techniques.

Our immersive "SCRUM MASTER & PRODUCT OWNER (PSM I, PSPO I) ONLINE BASIC" training provides a comprehensive understanding of the Scrum framework, covering its structure, interrelationships, basics of Scrum, agile methodologies, accountabilities within a Scrum team, events, artifacts, and the elements that contribute to Scrum's success.

This Scrum online training features 42 scenario-based video chapters, offering several hours of engaging content. Validate your learning objectives through an exam simulator, meticulously preparing you for the actual exam. Access supplementary learning materials such as audio files and white papers to enhance your learning experience.

Leverage communication channels like learning group chat, expert chat, and the "Communities of Practice" to actively connect with fellow members of the Article26 platform.

Content - What will you learn in the training?

Our Scrum learning videos delve into the following topics:

  • Understanding Scrum and Agile Project Management - Exploring the fundamentals of Scrum and its place in agile project management.
  • Scrum Theory - Unpacking the theoretical foundations of Scrum.
  • SCRUM Mechanics - Investigating how SCRUM operates, its guiding principles, and its distinctions from traditional project management methodologies.
  • Scrum Framework and Meetings - Defining time-boxed concepts, roles, regulations, meetings, and artifacts within the Scrum framework.
  • Adapting to Change in Scrum - Navigating the strategies for handling changes within the Scrum methodology.
  • Scrum and Total Cost of Ownership - Measuring and optimizing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in a Scrum context.
  • Scrum Team Dynamics - Organizational structures and dynamics of Scrum teams.
  • Lean Planning in Scrum - Detailing the planning processes aligned with Scrum principles.
  • Value-Driven Management - Strategies for maximizing value within a sprint.
  • Scrum Progress - Examining what can be predicted in the context of Scrum.
  • Scrum Risk Management - Identifying and mitigating project risks within the Scrum framework.
  • Reporting in Scrum - Exploring available reports and the reporting mechanisms in Scrum.
  • Scaling Scrum: Scrum of Scrums - Assessing the feasibility of using Scrum for multiple teams and understanding its limitations.
  • Scrum in Conjunction with Other Methods - Exploring how Scrum can be harmoniously integrated with other methodologies like PRINCE2®, PMBOK® Guide, PM3, or ITIL®.

Moreover, as a participant in the MaxLearning Academy's digital learning groups, you gain access to social learning channels. These channels facilitate topic-specific discussions among members, fostering an exchange of insights and experiences related to implementing Scrum methods in practical scenarios.

By completing the "Scrum Online Basic" training, you will:

  • Understand where and how Scrum can be applied in your organization.
  • Familiarize yourself with the key principles that must be adhered to.
  • Identify the specific responsibilities of individuals within the Scrum team.
  • Acquire knowledge on scaling SCRUM and integrating it with other methodologies.

Who is this training for?

This training is suited for anyone interested to know more about Scrum and Agile such as project managers, product managers, software developers and engineers, QA analysts, testers, business analysts, team leaders, students and aspiring entrepreneurs.

It also applies to Scrum Masters looking to:

  • Deepen their knowledge and skills
  • Enhance their understanding of agile values and principles

Product Owners are welcome if they aim to:

  • Better understand their role and responsibilities in agile project management
  • Be more effective in fulfilling their role

Individuals looking to refresh their Scrum Product Owner certification or preparing for certification as a:

  • Professional Scrum Master
  • Scrum Product Owner

How can you get the certificate for your Scrum training?

  • Take your exam(s) online at scrum.org.
  • Order exam voucher(s) simultaneously with booking your training; we'll send the voucher(s) via email.

SCRUM Exam PSM I (Professional SCRUM Master Level I)

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Format: Multiple choice and true/false questions
  • Minimum pass rate: 85
  • Language: English
  • To access the PSM I exam, click here: Start exam Professional Scrum Master (PSM I) on scrum.org

SCRUM Exam PSPO I (Professional SCRUM Product Owner Level I)

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Format: Multiple choice and true/false questions
  • Minimum pass rate: 85
  • Language: English

Exam Language

  • English

Examination Institute

  • scrum.org

I had only learned about project management or software development in theory; lifecycle methodologies like waterfall and agile thinking. Thanks to Article 26 I could see it being implemented. Before, I didn’t really understand why, for example, the daily scrums are so important as well as the sprint plannings or the product backlogs. The training offered me to see the value behind those tools.

- Rachel Uwimana - Alumna / Moringa School -

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