Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) course | Scrum.org
Training Type: Virtual Classroom Training- Instructor Led Training
Fee : $1400 plus tax
Duration: 2 days ( 9 AM – 5 PM) – 16 Hours
Options: Weekdays ( Monday – Tue) OR Weekends ( Sat- Sun) Or Evenings ( 5 p.m.-9 p.m.)
Number of students per session: Our Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) course Exam Prep class sizes are typically 4-6 students per session. Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) course classes are intentionally kept small in order to foster more interaction between the instructor and students. We limit classes to a maximum of six (6) students unless we are teaching a private group or organization.
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Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) Course
Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) with the Nexus Framework is a 2-day course designed as a workshop for anyone involved in building software products with multiple teams.
The Nexus Framework is a light-weight, open-source layer on top of Scrum that manages dependencies when many Scrum Teams are working on the same product.
The Scaled Professional Scrum class teaches the Nexus framework and provides a multitude of complementary practices that are effective when three to nine Scrum Teams are building a single product. This course is not about portfolio management or project management but about approaching product development from an agile mindset. Nexus+ is also covered – a way to enables larger-scale development with over nine teams.
The SPS course is delivered with an end-to-end case study where you’ll work together with other students to apply the Nexus Framework. You’ll also learn the challenges in large-scale development initiatives and solutions solving those challenges.
What You’ll Learn
The Product Owner’s role is multifaceted, requiring the practitioner to engage in behaviors and adopt mindsets beyond the core of Agility and the Scrum Framework. This course surfaces these behaviors by challenging the student to adopt several different Product Owner stances:
Customer Representative – focused on understanding customer problems, challenges and potential opportunities
Visionary – communicating the vision, future state and possibilities in ways that foster common understanding
Experimenter – focusing on innovation, hypothesis testing and validating potential value to spark product innovation
Influencer – communicating with and influencing stakeholders, customers and the Scrum Team to act with common purpose
Collaborator – seeking input, ideas and feedback from others
Decision Maker – focusing on creating maximum impact by making clear choices and decisions
Over the 2 days, students will learn about areas critical to growing as a successful Product Owner and through a series of exercises combined with instruction, students gain a better understanding of what it means to deliver value and how to express that value inside and outside of the organization.
- Following the SPS course, you’ll learn the following:
- What are the biggest challenges for Scaling Professional Scrum?
- What else might be possible before we go down the path of scaling?
- What are the most important enablers for Scaling Professional Scrum?
- What, why, who & how of Scaling Professional Scrum with Nexus
- How can Scrum Principles of Empiricism and Self-Organization be upheld while Scaling
- Professional Scrum?
- How can we launch and/or optimize a Nexus?
- What are the key principles, values, and practices for scaling beyond Nexus – with
Who Should Attend
The course assumes experience in Scrum. Anyone involved in scaled product delivery using Scrum (leadership, PMO members, Scrum Masters, or Product Owners). If you are interested in how to scale Scrum and know the framework, this is the right class. The class applies to non-IT work efforts.
The SPS course is a mix of lecture, case studies, and interactive exercises as you collaborate with other students.
- Scaled Scrum is still Scrum
- The Nexus Framework
- Additional Role, Events, Artifacts for the Nexus.
- Reasons to move toward or avoid scaling.
- Organizing Teams
- Growing teams to scale with success.
- Organizational levers to adjust for scaling.
- Practices to divide int teams – microservices, personas, UI, features, etc.
- What to do with geographically distributed and virtual teams.
- Nexus integration team formation and membership.
- Organizing Work
- Visualizing and planning work
- Practices for determining dependencies
- Story mapping
- Visualizing different types of cross-team dependencies.
- Nexus in Action
- Nexus Sprint Planning, Sprint Goal, and Sprint Backlog.
- Nexus Sprint Review and Retrospective techniques.
- How to facilitate large scale events.
- Scaling Product Ownership.
- Techniques that make scaling easier
- Managing a Nexus
- Understanding and visualizing progress with multiple teams.
- Evidence-Based Management metrics for scaling.
- Individual practices to manage the Nexus approach.
- Nexus+ Scaling over 9 teams
- Challenges with massive scale development
- Guiding principles of Nexus +
- Scaling options
- Techniques for large scale Nexus
Assessment and Certification
After completing a Professional Scrum Master course, you’ll receive credentials to take the Scaled Professional Scrum assessment and earn the industry-recognized the industry-recognized SPS Certification. The assessment is taken outside of class at the student’s convenience.
PMI PDU Credits
Students of Scrum.org courses are able to claim Project Management Institute (PMI) PDU credit: 14 PDUs after attending a two-day Professional Scrum Foundations (PSF), Professional Scrum Master (PSM), Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), or Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) course and 21 PDUs after attending a three-day Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) course.
Please note that PMI PDUs are earned for course attendance and not for passing a Scrum.org assessment. Students can claim PDUs under PMI’s “Education courses provided by other third-party providers” category. You can claim your PDUs online at https://ccrs.pmi.org.
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