CSP-SM Training Certification By CST Nanda Lankalapalli
If you are an Advanced Certified ScrumMaster (A-CSM), or a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), and you are looking for the next level of growth, you come to the right place.
The Scrum Alliance has restructured their advanced certification path, providing role-specific advanced learning programs to allow individuals to develop beyond the foundation provided in the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) course. After becoming a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Advanced Certified ScrumMaster (A-CSM), Certified Scrum Professional ScrumMaster (CSP-SM) is the next step in your development journey, broadening and deepening ScrumMaster skills to bring your practice to the professional level.
Be among the first in the world to complete the Path to CSP with your CSP-SM® certification. Gain real-world experience by leading an organizational Agile transformation guided by our Scrum Alliance® Certified Coaches. Learn the skills necessary to influence change, lead transformation in your organization and elevate product delivery. The CSP-SM certification is one step away from the CST, CTC and CEC guide level certifications.
By attending this CSP-SM course you will:
Be challenged to become a more effective ScrumMaster
Learn from the experiences of other practicing ScrumMasters
Expand your career opportunities by standing out from the crowd of Certified ScrumMasters
Demonstrate to employers your attainment of advanced Scrum knowledge
Be able to upgrade your A-CSM certification to the CSP-SM certification
You can claim 16 SEUs/PDUs by attending this course which you can use as evidence of your personal and professional development.
Who Should Attend?
Scrum Alliance Certified Advanced Certified ScrumMasters (A-CSM) who
are interested in advancing their skills to the professional level including
those who are interested in advancing towards the Scrum Alliances guide
level certifications including Certified Teams Coach, Certified Enterprise
Coach, and Certified Scrum Trainer.
Through this coaching-based program, individuals will work to satisfy the Learning Objectives (LOs) outlined by the Scrum Alliance. Using a Scrum-like approach individuals will use the LOs as a backlog, progressing through them at their own pace with an emphasis on developing validated competence in the related skills. Graduates of the program will be submitted to the Scrum Alliance to be recognised as Certified Scrum Professional - ScrumMaster. This coaching-based program uses a competency-based model, whereby individuals will develop and demonstrate competency across the approximately 50 Learning Objectives the Scrum Alliance has identified for the Certified Scrum Professional - ScrumMaster. Using the LOs as a product backlog the learner will work with the coach to establish the order in which they will complete the LOs and the acceptance criteria that will be used to validate that the LOs have been satisfied. Unlike classroom-based training that can only provide exposure to concepts, this coaching-based program focuses on developing competence in the LOs over time in a real-world context, with goals, learning, validation, and reflection resulting in genuine capability.
Generalised learning objectives that are covered during this
SCRUM, AGILE AND LEAN
Origins of Lean Thinking
Waste Of Lean Manufacturing
Lean AND Agile Engineering
FACILITATING Open Discussion
ALTERNATIVES To Open Discussion
SETTING THE FRAME
VISUAL FACILITATION FOR COLLABORATION
FACILITATING REMOTE TEAMS
SERVICE TO PRODUCT OWNER
STORY WRITING WORKSHOP
BUY A FEATURE
DESIGNING PRODUCT BACKLOG
SERVICE TO DEVELOPMENT TEAM
TEAM PERFORMANCE CURVE
FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS CURVE
STARTING NEW TEAM
KICK-OFF A NEW SCRUM TEAM- ROLE PLAY
SERVICE TO ORGANIZATION
ALLIGNMENT VS AUTONOMY
SCALING PRODUCT OWNER
CROSS TEAM COLLABORATION
ENGINEERING PRACTICES FOR SCALING
About your Trainer:
Nanda Lankalapalli has been involved in software development since 1992. He has unique combination of skills. As a Certified Scrum Trainer, he has expert level knowledge in Agile and Scrum and as a Software Architect, he has expert-level technical skills on Agile Engineering Practices. With this combination, Nanda can help technology people, as well as process people, understand agile
Nanda's agile journey started in 2002, when he was part of a team with Mike Cohn and Lisa Crispin in Denver, Colorado, USA. He practiced Scrum and other Agile methods thoroughly over several years, and his teams are highly successful in delivering products using Agile techniques. Nanda is proficient in Agile Engineering practices (from XP) and Lean Software Development practices. He is a hands-on developer and architect and has been developing software for more than 20 years. He religiously follows key agile engineering practices like Test Driven Development, Ruthless Re-factoring, Technical Debt management, Continuous Integration, etc.
Nanda moved back to India in 2008 and founded the user group Agile Hyderabad. He built this group single-handedly, and it now has more than 800 members representing over 60 organizations in Hyderabad. Nanda conducted several meetups and knowledge sharing sessions under Agile Hyderabad to build agile community in Hyderabad. He has trained and coached teams in organizations of various sizes on Scrum as well as Engineering Practices. He coached a large-scale transformation using LeSS framework. He is also passionate about using games to teach, and his game with Jenga blocks is widely used to teach team-collaboration.
All Advanced CSM courses are taught by Educators approved by the Scrum Alliance. Taking an Advanced CSM course, meeting the 7 learning objectives, and accepting the license agreement designates you as an Advanced Certified ScrumMaster.Please review your trainer's course description to determine which learning objectives this course satisfies