Learning Path Overview
Scrum masters need to be able to facilitate all of the agile events and meetings effectively. To do this, you’ll need to understand what best practice looks like for each event, and what bad habits you might want to avoid forming. This course has been designed to help you lead in your team’s scrum events to make sure you get the most out of them for your team and organization.
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This course is aimed at Scrum Masters who want to improve their individual knowledge of facilitating scrum events in service to their Scrum team and their wider organization.
Prerequisites of the Certifications
There are no specific pre-requisites to study this course.
After completing the Facilitating Purposeful Agile Meetings course, you’ll be able to:
- Identify the agile events
- Apply best practice to agile events
- Define your team's definition of done
- Practice velocity calculations
- Remove impediments
- Support your product owner and team with product backlog refinement
- Participate in a scrum of scrum
This learning path contains videos and other resources for three modules, together with the associated course Introduction.
We begin with an introduction to the course and what you can expect from the videos in this learning path. It will also provide you access to the Facilitating Purposeful Agile Meetings reflective exercises resource.
Module 1 – The daily scrum
- Scrum events
- Scrum roles
- The daily scrum
- Daily scrum best practice
Module 2 – Sprint planning
- Sprint planning
- Definition of done
- Velocity and capacity
Module 3 – Sprint review, retrospective and working at scale
- Spring review
- Sprint retrospective
- Product backlog refinement
- Scrum of scrums
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Learning Path Steps
This module introduces you to the Facilitating Purposeful Agile Meetings course.
Reflective activities - PDF resource
This module looks at the different scrum events and scrum roles, before focusing on best practice for the daily scrum.
This module takes a deep dive into everything that makes sprint planning effective, including having a strong definition of done, how to use velocity and capacity to your advantage, and how to deal with impediments.
This module outlines the sprint review and retrospective. It also focusses on how you can support your team and product owner with their product backlog refinement. Finally, you’ll learn about how you can scale scrum with a scrum of scrums.
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