- Explain the responsibilities of a scrum servant.
- Determine the appropriate person to approach with questions regarding product vision and the features required to attain that vision.
- Recall the guidelines for creating a development team.
- Recognize the purpose of a “norming” session.
- List the five formal events or activities that make up a sprint.
- Review the appropriate way to handle PBIs in the product backlog.
- Identify the purpose of a “burn-up chart”.
Skill Level Advanced
- We all want to be the best at what we do every day. We can say we're the best at what we do, but how do we prove it to those around us and those that might hire us for our next role? In the field of project leadership, certifications can play a vital role in proving that we know our stuff and can be entrusted with the most important business objectives. One of the top certifications in the field today is the Certified Scrum Master, or CSM. The CSM demonstrates your knowledge of and ability to work in the scrum framework.
It's a great launching point to refine your skills as a scrum master, or to get started in a scrum master role. Hi, I'm Kelley O'Connell. I've been a CSM for more than 10 years, and I'm also an Agile coach. I've been leading teams and organizations through Agile transitions for 10 years. I'd love for you to join me on LinkedIn Learning as we prepare for the Certified Scrum Master exam.