Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, Professional Scrum Master Training & PSM 1 Exam Preparation.
In this class, you will be given a multitude of information and proven tips to help you to pass the scrum.org Professional Scrum Master (PSM 1) Exam. I know you will get value from this class as it's information has been successfully used by many students in order to pass the PSM 1 Exam. I will walk you step by step through agile scrum so that you have an excellent foundation. Following the explanation of each concept, I give you tips for passing the PSM 1 exam and even for using scrum in your team or business. Along the way, I give you plenty of examples and finally I give you the links you can use to sit the practice open assessment. This is the official practice exam from scrum.org.
In this class, you will learn:
Concise overview of Scrum - The exact events, roles, rules and artifacts used to deliver a project using scrum along with the history of scrum. This includes lectures on the fundamentals of Sprint Planning, The Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, Scrum Artifacts, and more.
The facts based on the Scrum Guide - The correct terminology and use of Scrum is essential to mastering it. The Scrum Guide is the rule book on Scrum and many do not use it or know it.
Scrum Certification Coaching - A summary of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and frequently misunderstood points around Scrum that have been in past Open Assessment exams.
Scrum Certification Preparation - I tell you how to prepare for Scrum Certification and how to sit it online saving you hundreds if not thousands of dollars. So let's get started and let me help you to pass the scrum.org Professional Scrum Master (PSM 1) Exam.
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- Odoke Frey
I listened and read through many agile and scrum books already and there are many good available. But honestly this one is the worst book I have ever read/listened to.
The speaker is good, but the content is merely existent. The book consist of thousands "thank you for your time", " It will help you, because ...", " I want to point out how to ... because it is important" then after one sentence of content "I wanted to point this out ... because it is important". All the time I thought, man just say what you want to say, instead of wasting my time with empty phrases and promises. If you cancel out all the waste reducing the book to only content, you will have ca. 15 min.
And the irony of this is, that waste is an absolute no-go in Scrum!