Learn Scrum by Building a Revenue Generating Product in 15 Weeks!
With the launch of “Certified Scrum Master: Build a Revenue Generating Product in Fifteen Weeks!” we are executing on a dream that we’ve had for a long time: sharing Scrum principles and practices while building a real product that customers love. Scrum is at its best when a team uses it to navigate a complex environment in which the customer is discovered, the product is created and launched, and the team itself forms, storms, norms, and performs. By testing your Scrum skills, awareness, and knowledge in a real world situation you will emerge with the confidence to be successful in a wide variety of challenging situations.
The Agile Manifesto begins, “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it.” In this course, you will sweat blood as you:
- Meet your teammates for the first time and learn how to create psychological safety and trust
- Brainstorm and invalidate dozens of products until you find a product that customers love
- Build and launch your product and watch it fail and then re-build and re-launch your product until it gets traction with customers
- Make your first sale!
Throughout the course you will learn about the Scrum roles, artifacts, and events which will support your Scrum team as you go from knowing less than nothing to becoming confident in your ability to use Scrum to navigate complex product development. At the end of the course you will have the opportunity to take the Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master exam and earn your CSM.
This online course is being offered for the first time and is open to no more than eight people. Join us today for this exciting adventure! The program starts on September 1st at 8:00 PST / 16:00 (London) Secure your seat online here.
Michael de la Maza, Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach
Mark Palmer, Scrum Alliance Certified Team Coach
Michael de la Maza is one of approximately one hundred Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coaches (CEC) in the world. As an Agile coach, his major engagements have been with Paypal, State Street, edX, Carbonite, Unum, and Symantec. Previously, he was VP of Corporate Strategy at Softricity (acquired by Microsoft in 2006) and co-founder of Inquira (acquired by Oracle in 2011). He is the co-author of Professional Scrum with TFS 2010, Why Agile Works: The Values Behind The Results, and Agile Coaching: Wisdom from Practitioners. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from MIT.