Scrum

Scrum Master Certification: My Expectations

Tomorrow will be the start of my 2 day Scrum Master Certification training in Munich. As Junior IT Project Manager, I have been an actor in rolling out Scrum in my organization. Working on a daily basis with developers, analyzing the challenges of adopting the principles, practices and values – and then giving feedback to adjust the way we are working together.

It has been a continuous learning process so far and these 2 days could be a great chance to get a level further. Here is in short what expect from it:

1. Although I think I have a good theoretical knowledge of Scrum as well as practical experience, I expect this session to be a nice refresh especially focusing on the role of everyone in a Scrum team.
2. This may be a training – it is for me more of a talking opportunity: the unique chance to share ideas and experiences with others who are enthusiastic about building software differently. I expect a lot of discussion, you don’t get that reading books.
3. I don’t expect an answer to all the questions I may have, but at least some food for thought to get me started. Scrum in distributed teams is a topic I will try to bring up as it is very relevant to the environment our development teams are working in.

I am very much looking forward to it and will be sharing my thoughts here after the 2 days.

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