The DASM certification equips you to successfully lead agile teams, thereby future-proofing your career in a world in which agile is fast becoming the way forward. The Disciplined Agile® tool kit includes hundreds of proven practices, including Scrum, Kanban, SAFe®, and even some predictive approaches, and puts them into context.
By taking the course — and becoming DASM certified — you’ll understand how to customize your way of working to the approach that makes sense for the situation you face in your organization and industry.
What You Will Learn
- Grasp the fundamentals of agile and lean, and how you can practically use both approaches to produce value for your teams.
- Explore multiple agile and lean techniques from methods such as Scrum, Kanban, SAFe®, and more.
- Understand how to put these techniques into practice and ensure successful agile implementation.
- Appreciate the DA™ mindset and its underlying principles, such as pragmatism, the power of choice, and adapting to context.
- Learn how to apply the Disciplined Agile tool kit to discover the most effective way of working (WoW) for you, and your team in your unique situation.
Courses Included are:
Chapter 1: What is Scrum?
Chapter 2: Agile Manifesto
Chapter 3: Self-Organization
Chapter 4: Inspect and Adapt
Chapter 5: Five Key Values of the Scrum Framework
Chapter 6: Introduction to Scrum – A Real World Example (Case Study)
Chapter 7: Three Elements of Chaos and Frustration Before The Scrum Framework
Chapter 8: Frustration #1. We Had to Plan Our Entire Project Before We Understood What The Project Was All About
Chapter 9: Frustration #2. Lack of Commitment, Change Management, and Working Together Disciples Among Different Teams
Chapter 10: Frustration #3. Autocratic Decisions Overruled Democratic Decisions
Chapter 11: What Makes the Scrum Framework Succeed?
Chapter 12: Scrum Roles – The Scrum Team
Chapter 13: The Scrum Master Role
Chapter 14: The Scrum Product Owner Role
Chapter 15: The Scrum Team Member Role
Chapter 16: How does the Scrum Framework work without a Project Manager?
Chapter 17: Scrum User Stories
Chapter 18: Scrum Effort Estimations – Planning Poker®
Chapter 19: Definition of Done (DoD)
Chapter 20: The Scrum Product Backlog
Chapter 21: The Sprint Backlog
Chapter 22: What is a Sprint?
Chapter 23: Scrum Burndown Chart
Chapter 24: Sprint Burndown Chart (Sprint Burndown Report)
Chapter 25: Sprint Planning Meeting
Chapter 26: Daily Scrum Meeting / Daily Stand-up Meeting
Chapter 27: Sprint Review Meeting
Chapter 28: Sprint Retrospective Meeting
Chapter 29: Scrum Grooming (Backlog Refinement) Meeting
Chapter 30: Scaled Scrum Framework (Distributed & Large Scrum Projects)
Chapter 31: Scaled Scrum Framework (Multi-Team Coordination & Planning)
Chapter 32: Scrum Release Planning
Chapter 33: Next Steps
- Days: Sat
- Time: 6pm
- Start Date: 30th September, 2023
- Duration: 4 weeks