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Embark on a comprehensive Scrum journey with our PSM2 course. Master Scrum principles, roles, events, and artifacts. Understand key responsibilities, optimize project outcomes, and prepare for PSM II™ exam with practice tests. UK English.

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Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
4 hours, 51 minutes
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Immerse yourself in a comprehensive journey to master Scrum principles and practices with our PSM2-Professional Scrum Master Preparation course. This course equips you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel as a proficient Scrum Master in today's dynamic business environment.

Discover fundamental Scrum concepts and its significance in agile project management. Cultivate a collaborative and adaptive work culture for success. Explore core Scrum elements, including structure, roles, and events. Navigate through Scrum intricacies for optimized project outcomes and effective teamwork.

Understand key roles like Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team. Grasp each role's responsibilities and impact on project success. Delve into Scrum events driving project progress and facilitating communication and decision-making. Understand their significance for project delivery.

Learn essential Scrum artifacts for transparency and effective planning. Master their utilization for project management. Explore advanced Scrum concepts and best practices to overcome challenges and optimize implementation. Get ready for the PSM II™ exam with our comprehensive guide covering exam structure, content, and key strategies. Test your knowledge with two practice tests, each consisting of 30 audible questions thoroughly explained.

What Will You Learn?

  • Fundamental concepts of Scrum and its importance in agile project management.
  • How to cultivate a collaborative and adaptive work culture for success.
  • Understanding the core elements of the Scrum framework, including roles and events.
  • Navigating through Scrum intricacies for optimized project outcomes and effective teamwork.
  • Responsibilities and impact of key Scrum roles, such as Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Development Team.
  • Insight into Scrum events and their role in driving project progress and facilitating communication.
  • Utilization of essential Scrum artifacts for transparency and effective planning.
  • Exploration of advanced Scrum concepts and best practices to overcome challenges.
  • Comprehensive preparation for the PSM II™ exam, including exam structure and content.
  • Practical application and reinforcement of knowledge through two practice tests.

Who Should Take The Course?

  • Aspiring Scrum Masters looking to gain a strong foundation in Scrum principles and practices.
  • Current Scrum Masters seeking to enhance their skills and stay updated with advanced Scrum concepts.
  • Project Managers and Team Leaders interested in adopting agile methodologies and improving project outcomes.
  • Product Owners and Development Team members aiming to understand the Scrum framework better and collaborate effectively.
  • Agile Coaches and Scrum Trainers who want to expand their knowledge and training capabilities.
  • Professionals working in software development, IT, or other industries transitioning to agile project management.
  • Anyone interested in pursuing the PSM II™ certification and advancing their career in agile project leadership.


  • Basic familiarity with agile principles and concepts is recommended but not mandatory.
  • No prior experience with Scrum is required, as the course covers fundamental concepts from scratch.
  • A willingness to learn and actively participate in course activities and discussions.
  • Access to a computer or device with a stable internet connection to access course materials and resources.
  • For the PSM II™ exam preparation, completion of the PSM I™ certification is recommended but not mandatory.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction 00:02:00
    • Overview of the course 00:04:00
    • Introduction to Scrum – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • What is Scrum 00:05:00
    • Scrum Framework 00:02:00
    • Scrum Accountabilities- Overview 00:06:00
    • Scrum Flow – Overview 00:04:00
    • Uses of Scrum 00:01:00
    • When to Use Scrum 00:02:00
    • Scrum Pillars Empirical Process Control 00:02:00
    • Scrum Values 00:03:00
    • Scrum Culture – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Scrum is very easy and very hard 00:01:00
    • Agile is about people 00:01:00
    • Scrum Implementations Scrum-but, cosmetic scrum, agile fertile soil 00:03:00
    • Scrum Accountabilities – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Product Owner 00:02:00
    • Developers 00:03:00
    • Scrum Master 00:05:00
    • Scrum Team 00:02:00
    • Other Roles outside Scrum 00:02:00
    • A small break. How_s it going 00:01:00
    • Scrum Events – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Overview of Scrum Events 00:03:00
    • Time-box 00:01:00
    • Sprint Planning 00:04:00
    • Sprint 00:02:00
    • Cancelling a Sprint 00:02:00
    • Daily Scrum 00:03:00
    • Sprint Review 00:02:00
    • Sprint Retrospective 00:02:00
    • Product Backlog Refinement (not an event but an ongoing process) 00:02:00
    • Scrum Events Agenda – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Examples of Scrum Events Agenda 00:04:00
    • Scrum Artifacts – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Scrum Artifacts 00:02:00
    • Product Backlog 00:03:00
    • Product Goal – Commitment for the Product Backlog 00:01:00
    • Monitoring Progress towards Product goals Release Burn-down Chart 00:03:00
    • Sprint Backlog 00:02:00
    • Monitoring Sprint Progress Sprint Burn-down chart 00:02:00
    • Product Increment 00:03:00
    • Definition of Done – Commitment for the Increment 00:03:00
    • Scrum Guide 2020 vs Scrum Guide 2017 00:10:00
    • Cheat Sheet – Scrum Guide Review the Scrum Framework with the cheat sheet 00:05:00
    • external-assets-links 00:00:00
    • The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master 00:04:00
    • Velocity, Past Performance and Capacity 00:03:00
    • Technical Debt 00:05:00
    • Scaling Scrum with Nexus 00:05:00
    • Cone of Uncertainty 00:05:00
    • Effort vs. Accuracy 00:03:00
    • Planning Poker How to play and example 00:08:00
    • About The PSM2™ Professional Scrum Master II™ Certification 00:20:00
    • PSM II Preparation guide 00:05:00
    • PSM II Audible Practice Test 1 – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Crafting the Sprint Goal and the Sprint Backlog 00:01:00
    • Not paying technical debt 00:01:00
    • Who updates the Increment 00:02:00
    • Velocity and Product Owner 00:01:00
    • The Scrum Master is a management role 00:01:00
    • What is needed to start the first Sprint 00:02:00
    • Scrum Master Accountabilities 00:03:00
    • Member developed an unplanned feature 00:02:00
    • Product Owner and Developers relationship 00:02:00
    • Who manages the progress of work during a Sprint 00:01:00
    • Start the first Sprint 00:01:00
    • Change the number of teams working on a Product 00:01:00
    • Refinement with only a few Developers 00:02:00
    • Best time to inspect the Definition of Done 00:01:00
    • Adding more resources to the Scrum Team 00:01:00
    • Team member hijacks the Daily Scrum 00:02:00
    • Developers showing Scrum values 00:04:00
    • What can Management do for the Scrum Team 00:01:00
    • Assign team members to Scrum Teams 00:02:00
    • Developers and the Sprint Goal 00:02:00
    • Developers not following a Scrum value 00:03:00
    • Communication between Developers and PO 00:02:00
    • Self-managing Developers 00:02:00
    • Developers not showing Scrum values 00:04:00
    • Demo of functionalities in different environments 00:02:00
    • UAT required by the organization 00:02:00
    • A Developer is hiding mistakes 00:04:00
    • Time-box and Self-managing 00:02:00
    • Understand the interaction between the Product Owner and Developers 00:02:00
    • What is Scrum based on 00:01:00
    • PSM II Audible Practice Test 2 – Learning Objectives 00:01:00
    • Scrum Team being transparent 00:02:00
    • Scaling Scrum recommendations 00:02:00
    • Causes of technical debt 00:02:00
    • The Increment did not meet PO expectations 00:02:00
    • Role of Management with a Scrum Team 00:01:00
    • Velocity and technical debt 00:03:00
    • Mandatory tools for the Product Owner 00:01:00
    • Asking to extend the Sprint Review time box 00:03:00
    • Changing team membership 00:01:00
    • Who updates the Product Backlog 00:01:00
    • Value vs. number of Developers 00:01:00
    • The importance of the Daily Scrum 00:02:00
    • The meaning of Done 00:02:00
    • Scrum pillars 00:01:00
    • Risks addressed with Scrum 00:02:00
    • Rules of Scrum to make Self-organization more effective 00:02:00
    • Addressing new security concerns 00:02:00
    • Actions when the Product Owner is busy 00:01:00
    • Necessary skills of the Developers 00:01:00
    • How can the PO trust that Developers will deliver 00:02:00
    • Sprint Review of multiple Scrum Teams 00:01:00
    • Organizing Developers into multiple teams 00:02:00
    • The PO does not trust that developers can deliver 00:03:00
    • Maximum time between Sprints 00:01:00
    • Resolving dependencies for multiple Scrum Teams 00:02:00
    • Conflict about whether an item is done 00:03:00
    • Removing testing from the Definition of Done 00:03:00
    • Concerns when adding a second team to work on the same Product 00:02:00
    • Meeting rooms problems with a distributed team 00:02:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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