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Disciplined Agile® Senior Scrum Master(DASSM)

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Disciplined Agile helps you learn about your options and guide you to your best next step. It is an approach with sets of handy tools.

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Virtual Instructor-Led Training, Pacific Time

Weekday: Tue: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM; Wed: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

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Lead Your Team to Excellence with Disciplined Agile

Do you want to learn how to successfully lead one, or perhaps several agile teams? Are you looking to accelerate your ability to manage high-profile initiatives that are critical to enterprise success? Do you want to take business agility to the next level by applying agile and lean techniques in a wide range of situations, including non-software teams?

Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM) teaches experienced agile practitioners how to use the Disciplined Agile (DA™) tool kit to optimize how teams work together, work with allies within their organization, and solve a variety of advanced problems. This 14 PDU course will prepare you to take the DASSM exam and start using Disciplined Agile immediately within your leadership role.

Benefits

This course includes around $300 in fees for training material and exam. You will have 30 days to take the exam after your training is complete. DASSM Certification is granted after you pass the exam.

You will receive a Certificate of Achievement for attending the course as well as be able to you can claim (14) PDU’s in your PMI membership profile

Key Focus Areas

- how to foster emotional intelligence, resolve conflicts, and lead high-performance teams at any stage of development

-planning, reporting, and metrics, and coordinating activities

Who Should Attend

This course is appropriate for individuals in agile leadership roles such as agile project manager, scrum master, product owner, project sponsor, architecture owner, etc. Participants must have two years of experience working on an agile team in a leadership role.

Learning Objectives

• Describe the roles and responsibilities of DASSM

• Describe the Tuckman Team Development Model (Tuckman, 1965)

• Practice a team development activity for each Tuckman stage: forming, storming, norming and performing

• Solve problems by identifying teams at various stages of development

• Identify and describe various methods of Team decision making

• Define emotional intelligence and explain why it is essential to team performance

• Explain how to achieve each component of resilience and outlook

• Explain how to achieve each component of emotional intelligence “with self”

• Explain how to achieve each component of emotional intelligence “with others”

• Describe the scope and purpose of the Disciplined DevOps layer

• Use the DA tool kit to optimize how the team works with the Disciplined DevOps layer

• Use the DA tool kit to identify and help resolve challenges that teams face in the Disciplined DevOps layer

• Explain how to optimize delivery with the “test-first” method as it relates to the quality of requirements

• Describe what the criteria for “done” might look like

• Describe the scope and purpose of the value stream layer

• Use the DA tool kit to optimize how teams work with the value stream layer

• Use the DA tool kit to identify and help resolve challenges that the delivery teams face in the value stream layer

• Explain the purpose of the Coordinate Activities process goal and why it is important

• Explain how to improve the value creation structure of teams

• Use the DA tool kit to optimize the flow of work and solve challenges related to coordinating and collaborating across teams, or within a larger team of teams

• List examples of when conflict can be healthy within an individual and within a group

• Explain the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Resolution Model and its components relative to concern for self and concern for others

• Demonstrate how to use healthy and unhealthy language to solve a conflict

• Identify the DA role responsible for planning

• Describe the concept of sufficient planning

• List and define the five levels of scope and who focuses on each

• Explain how to implement just-in-time planning using a Gantt chart

• Identify how your team can improve planning using two goal diagrams: Release Planning and Produce a Potentially Consumable Product (Plan Your Work decision point)

Explain how to accurately forecast release dates and costs

• Explain the difference between an MVP and an MBI

• Explain how teams approach metrics

• Explain how organizations approach metrics

• Explain what types of measurement work and do not work

• Explain how to choose and design specific metrics to measure improvements against areas related to team performance that need improvement (GQM, OKRs)

• Demonstrate how to solve a measurement problem using the Govern Delivery Team goal

Workshop Logistics

Video Conferencing: MS Teams conferencing with real-time messaging and content sharing will be used. Course exercises will use a virtual collaboration platform.

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