ScrumMaster® (CSM®) Certification Training

  • Gain a high degree of proficiency in executing Scrum
  • Skills that make an individual immune to internal and external distractions
  • More job opportunities in IT as well as non-IT organizations.
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Online Certified Scrum Master (CSM) Certification Training Course

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CSM Certification Training Class Description

If you are familiar with the Scrum Framework, and have vast experience on the fundamentals of Scrum Framework with a promising work history as Scrum Team Member, then CSM Certification is the next certification you should go for. The role and responsibilities with CSM Certification or Scrum Master Certification opens a wide range of opportunities in Multiple MNCs who function on the Framework of Scrum to meet their requirements within time with accurate implementation of Scrum Framework governed by Scrum Master. The CSM Certified Professionals are highly paid for the work ethics and values they deliver to the organisation as a Scrum Master.

Benefits of Getting Certified with the CSM Certification:

  1. Become a top notch team coach & good facilitator.
  2. Implement a collaborative approach with the team to stay ahead of the market competition.
  3. Explore wide Career Opportunities across Various Sections of the Software & IT industry.
  4. Expand methods for the attainment of core and advance Scrum knowledge.
  5. Authenticate your Agile Techniques with continuous improvement.
  6. Learn best industry techniques and methods to do Scrum Master roles effectively.


  • Attend CSM Training Course by our expert and handson Experienced Trainer.
  • After completion of the Course, clear the Certification Exam..
  • Upon passing the Certification Exam, accept your CSM License Agreement and complete your Advanced Scrum Master membership Profile.


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What is CSM Certification?

CSM or Certified Scrum Master is the certification for practising the Principles of Scrum in an organisation. The CSM opens a wide range of opportunities with different responsibilities in an organisation. But the thing which is needed at first is to get certified with it for which candidates need to clear the CSM certification Exam.

CSM Certification exam tests your thorough and in-depth knowledge of Scrum Framework so it becomes a necessity to get enrolled under a CSM Certification Training class-course in which the Scrum Coach delivers the exact values and principles of its working within an organisation.

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Benefits of CSM Workshop:

1) Learn the Fundamentals of being Agile with Scrum Framework:

Scrum is the framework of the modern workflow process in which the approach is made to become Agile. With the Workshop, you will get to know about the Agile Methodology and its concepts along with Scrum Concepts and ways to use it effectively in the workflow process.

2) Get to know the principles, terms, and concepts of Scrum Framework:

Scrum Framework is the best approach to attain B
usiness Agility and preferred as a central workflow process driving force in most of today's world MNCs. With the Workshop, you'll learn its principles of working, different terminologies, and Concepts both simple as well as advanced to implement in the workflow process.

3) Different roles in Scrum:

Scrum Framework involves different roles such as Scrum Team Member, Certified Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner with the workflow process. With the Workshop, you'll learn about the various functions and their respective purpose, along with the in-depth approach of the Certified Scrum Master role and its scope.

4) Make the best use of Core Competency:

Core Competency is the best approach for the harmonised combination of multiple skills and resources, which is vital to attain Business Agility. With the Workshop, you'll learn the techniques for the role of Certified Scrum Master which will help you to make the best use of resources and skills while protecting yourself and your team from any kind of distraction

5) Different Scrum Ceremonies:

Scrum Framework includes a different approach based on which workflow process evolves, and implementation is made. With the Workshop, you'll learn about these different approaches which are Daily Scrum, Product Backlog, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, etc.

6) Facilitation of Teams within the Organisation:

The role of a Certified Scrum Master is very diversified within an organisation as they not only mentor their respective Scrum team but also they facilitate other members of the Organisation. With the Workshop, you'll learn how to facilitate Scrum Team, Scrum Meetings, Product Owners, etc. while continuously responding to the changes.

7) Techniques of Transparency:

Transparency with the workflow process gives a better perspective and enhanced approach. Transparency allows us to inspect and adapt to changes rapidly. As a Certified Scrum Master, it is a much-needed skill. With the Workshop, you'll learn how to inspect, modify, and make the workflow transparent for Scrum Events and better management of Scrum Teams.

8) Role of a Servant Leader:

Scrum Master acts as a Servant Leader for the Organisation. With this role, a Certified Scrum Master not only guides the Scrum Team but also provides a vision that serves a great purpose for the Organisation. With the Workshop, you'll learn what it means to become a Servant leader and techniques to promote the culture of a Collaborative approach with the Scrum Process involved in the same.

Organisational benefits of becoming a Certified Scrum Master:

1) Guide Team Member for Development:

For the Organisation, the Development process is the prime factor of growth. The Scrum Master plays a vital role here as the Mentor who guides the Development Team for the Product Development Process. The Certified Scrum Master helps the Team Member to adapt to changes quickly and respond to backlogs or blockages rapidly during the Product Development Process.

2) Delivery of Quality Products:

The Consistency with the Delivery of Product and assurance of being the quality Product being delivered plays a vital role in end-user satisfaction. This brings a positive result and aspects of a consistent flow of the success rate for the Organisation.

The Certified Scrum Master plays a vital role here in the product development process as well as grooming of it. They help the team members to be on Agile Path with the Product Development process to keep delivering effective products consistently with efficiency.

3) Enhancement of Collaborative Approach:

The Collaborative approach in the workflow process serves a great purpose in the participation of every member of the team activities with ease. This helps in solving impediments as well as contributes to the engagement of personal growth as well.

The Certified Scrum Master here helps the team members to have a better collaborative approach among themselves, which brings effective changes and results. Not only the Scrum Master helps the team member but also invokes a purpose which makes the teamwork collaborative and cooperative. In this way, the Scrum Master allows the Organisation to have a work culture where the team nurtures and flourishes.

4) Factor as a Change Agent:

The Change Agent in the Organisation brings a culture that helps other members to react to changes quickly. This helps the team member to build the ability which is crucial in making critical decisions and making the growth in the critical environment as well, with Consistency

The Certified Scrum Master acts as a change agent in the Organisation who consistently invokes the change in culture on the requirements of the ongoing workflow process. This not only improves efficiency but also helps the Organisation to be on the path of success in an adverse environment.

5) Role as a Servant Leader:

The Servant leader in any organisation has the main goal to serve, which means they share their knowledge, Power, Experience as a leader to help the team member with growth. A good Servant leader puts the needs of the team first so that they can flourish and develop themselves.

Scrum Master is a leader as well as a mentor of the Scrum Team. Being the leader, the Scrum Master plays the crucial role as Servant Leader, which helps the Scrum Team to develop and be on an Agile Path.

Individual Benefits of Scrum and being a Certified Scrum Master:

1) Gain a high level of Preciseness in executing Scrum:

Implementing the Framework of Scrum in the Organisation is the main task of the Scrum Master. The Accuracy with which the Scrum Master implements the Scrum Framework and makes the team, work on the fundamentals of Scrum Framework highly decides the growth rate of the Organisation. This helps in gaining a high level of Preciseness as an individual in mastering the Scrum with implementation as well as making the other member reap benefits from it.

2) Contribute in creation of healthy work culture:

As a Scrum Master, you become liable to lead, Mentor and facilitate the Scrum Team on various fundamentals of the workflow process. This is where you create a culture which helps you as well as your team member grow on the Agile Path.

3) Perseverance of Self Motivation & Self Engagement:

Scrum Master does the role of motivator and encourager for the team member. This helps them from a personal perspective as well to keep themselves motivated and engaged with positivity all around. This also includes the Scrum Master to build the immune which doesn't allow them to get distracted from any kind of distraction.

CSM Content Outline and Learning Objectives By Scrum Alliance

A) Agile Manifesto

Define and describe the four values of Agile as stated in the Agile Manifesto.

B) Scrum Foundations
1) Empirical and defined processes

Define and describe the two terms, including a description of inspect, adapt, and transparency as the three legs of an empirical process. Describe how the Scrum Framework is based on empirical process

2) Sprint
  1. Iterative and Incremental
    Describe how Scrum uses iterative and incremental development, and identify the benefits of developing products in an iterative-incremental fashion.
  2. Protected
    Identify in which ways the Sprint is protected and what it protects. Describe why the Sprint is protected.
  3. Timeboxed
    • Describe what a timebox is, and identify the meaning of Sprints being “timeboxed.”
    • Describe the typical duration of a Sprint. Identify the trade-offs between shorter and longer duration Sprints.
3) The Significance of “Done”

Define the role of “done,” and describe the importance of having a potentially shippable product increment at the end of each Sprint in order to optimize business value, mitigate risk, and maximize transparency.

4) The Five Scrum Value

Identify the five Scrum values, and use examples of how Scrum practices support the application of each.

5)Applicability of Scrum

Identify the environmentsin which the application of Scrum would lead to excellent results

A) Overview of Scrum Roles

Identify the three Scrum roles and describe why these roles form the Scrum Team.

B) ScrumMaster
  1. Responsibilities
    • Process-Related Responsibilities
      Describe the responsibilities of the ScrumMaster to implement the ScrumFramework, teach and coach people on how to perform in the various roles.
    • Acts as a Change Agent
      Describe how the ScrumMaster will use the learning points of the Scrum Team to push for changes in the organization in support of Scrum and how the ScrumMaster might do this
    • Serves the Product Owner and Team
      Identify how the ScrumMaster helps the Product Owner and Team in being better able to do their jobs by assisting them, facilitating creativity and fostering empowerment
    • RemovesImpediments
      Identify how the ScrumMaster removes impediments
    • Coaches the Product Owner and Team
      Identify how the ScrumMaster coaches the Product Owner and Team by teaching and helping improve productivity, working practices and tools
    • Protects the Team
      Identify how the ScrumMaster will shield the Team from interruptions or interferences during the Sprint and help ensure the organization respectsthe commitment of the Team during the Sprint.
    • Guides the Team
      Describe how the ScrumMaster will model the values and principles of Agile and Scrum, encouraging the team to challenge themselves while remaining true to the spirit of Scrum.
2) Authority

Describe how the authority of the ScrumMaster is largely indirect and springs mainly from a deep knowledge of Scrum principles and practices. The ScrumMaster has no authority to make decisions on behalf of the Team, cannot commit to dates of delivery or scope but may enforce the Scrum process.

C)Product Owner
  1. Responsibilities
    • Drives Product Success
      Identify how the Product Owner will drive product success by maintaining the Product Backlog and guiding the Team with up-to-date knowledge of user and market need
    • Createsthe Product Vision
      Describe how the Product Owner creates a Product Vision and shares it with the Team to provide it with a clear goal. Analyze how the creation of a Product Vision can motivate a Team to deliver a high quality product
    • Creates and Maintains the Product Backlog
      Identify the responsibility of the Product Owner to create an initial Product Backlog, and refine and continuously maintain it. The Product Backlog should be regularly updated as new information is uncovered
    • Collaborates with the Team
      Define and describe the Product Owner’s responsibility to continuously collaborate with the Team to better understand requirements and support the Team to identify how to solve them.
    • Collaborates with Stakeholders
      Define different types of stakeholders and describe how the Product Owner facilitates collaboration between all stakeholders.
    • Participates in Sprint meetings
      Identify the requirement for the Product Owner to participate in both the Sprint Planning meeting and the Sprint Review meeting and that the Product Owner may also participate in the Daily Scrum meeting and Sprint Retrospective.
2) Authority

Define and describe the Product Owner’s authority over the Product Backlog items and their priorities. Also describe the Product Owner’s authority in determining when product increments will be released, without overruling Team’s estimated effort required to complete those increments and without violating the Sprint commitment.

3) Constraints

4) Single Overall Product Owner per Product
  • Define the role of the Product Owner in achieving the objectives of the Sprint.
  • Describe the importance of having a single person playing this role.
5) Organizational Respect

Identify that the Product Owner should be given the authority to make the necessary decisions to achieve the ROI on the Product, as described in the Scrum Framework.

D) The Team
  1. Responsibilities
    • Self-Organizing and Whole Team Accountability
      Analyze the reasons and implications of self-organization and whole Team accountability in Scrum, and identify the reasons to not have an appointed Team leader.
    • Delivers a Product Increment
      Describe the importance of creating a potentially shippable product increment in every Sprint, and what it means for the Team composition and collaboration.
    • Manages the Sprint Backlog and Sprint Progress Tracking
      Describe how the Team creates and maintains the Sprint Backlog and tracks Sprint progress.
    • Participates in Sprint Meetings
      Identify the role the Team plays in Sprint Planning meeting, Sprint Review meeting, Daily Scrum meeting, and Sprint Retrospective. Describe how the team interacts and contributes to reach each meeting goal.
    2) Authority

    Describe the authority given to the Team and the balance with the responsibility the Team is accountable for. Identify the scope in which the Team authority is valid.

    3) Team Work

    Describe how building a highly productive Team takes time and patience and that the Team will need to be guided through this journey by the ScrumMaster. Identify why it is more important that the Team succeeds than any individual member of the Team.

    4) Team Characteristics

    Identify the desirable characteristics of the Team in terms of its size, proximity, skills, and time availability

    E) Impact on Traditional Roles
    1. No Project Manager
      Analyze why the project manager role is not present in the Scrum Framework.
    2. Specialists
      Describe how highly specialized roles like business analyst and software architect are likely to change in Scrum.
A) Sprint Planning Meeting
For the Sprint Planning meeting, describe the following:
  • The objective of the meeting and required outcomes.
  • Who participates in the meeting.
  • When the meeting occurs.
  • How long the meeting is allowed to last
  • Any necessary inputs for the meeting
  • Activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of the meeting.
  • The goals of the two parts in which the meeting is usually split
B) Daily Scrum Meeting
For the Daily Scrum meeting, describe the following:
  • The objective of the meeting and required outcomes.
  • Who participates in the meeting.
  • When the meeting occurs
  • How long the meeting is allowed to last.
  • Any necessary inputs for the meeting.
  • Activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of the meeting.
C) Sprint Review Meeting
For the Sprint Review meeting, describe the following:
  • The objective of the meeting and required outcomes.
  • Who participates in the meeting.
  • When the meeting occurs
  • How long the meeting is allowed to last
  • Any necessary inputs for the meeting.
  • Activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of the meeting
D) Sprint Retrospective Meeting
For the Sprint Retrospective meeting, describe the following:
  • The objective of the meeting and required outcomes.
  • Who participates in the meeting.
  • When the meeting occurs
  • How long the meeting is allowed to last
  • Any necessary inputs for the meeting
  • Activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of the meeting.
E) Release Planning Meeting
For the Release Planning meeting, describe the following:
  • The objective of the meeting and required outcomes.
  • Who participates in the meeting.
  • When the meeting occurs
  • How long the meeting is allowed to last
  • Any necessary inputs for the meeting
  • Activities and techniques the Scrum Team can employ to achieve the objectives of the meeting.
  • The importance of updating release plans based on Sprint results and estimations
A) Product Backlog
  1. Definition
    Identify the Product Backlog as an ordered and emerging list of user needs plus anything else that is required to fulfill the Product Vision
  2. Contents
    • Describe how the detail of the Product Backlog items will be tied to their position (or order) and how the Product Backlog contents will change over time.
    • Describe how the Product Backlog will contain functional, non-functional, architectural,and infrastructural elements as well as risks that need to be removed or mitigated. Wherever possible, items on the Product Backlog will be in vertical slices (i.e.,each providing value to the user).
  3. Management and Refinement
    Identify the need for the Product Backlog to be refined periodically in order for it to remain good enough for the next level of planning. The whole Scrum Team can participate in the refinement of the Product Backlog
  4. Responsibility and Participation
    Identify why the Product Owner is ultimately responsible for the content and state of the Product Backlog, though anyone is able and encouraged to contribute to the Product Backlog
  5. Item Readiness
    Describe that, in order for an item to be considered ready for inclusion in a Sprint, each Product Backlog item should be small enough to fit into a Sprint and must be clear in the expectations of the Product Owner (i.e., by specifying acceptance criteria).
  6. Item Estimation
    Describe that the Team is responsible for estimating the items on the Product Backlog and that this estimate should be made in the simplest, most consistent, and most realistic manner possible. Scrum does not require any specific estimation techniques.
  1. Definition of Product Increment
    Describe that, at the end of each Sprint, the Product Owner should have the opportunity to realize value from the investment put in to date as an increment of functionality perceivable to the final user of the Product. (i.e., they could begin the deployment process for the work that has been done this Sprint, if they choose)
  2. Development of a Product Increment
    Identify that the Team will be developing every item from the Product Backlog with the view that this will be completed to a state of potentially shippable.
  3. Definition of Done (DoD)
    Identify that Scrum’s minimal DoD means potentially shippable. If the Team is using anything other than that minimal DoD,it should be explicitly captured.
  4. Understanding the DoD
    Analyze the consequences of an inadequate DoD for the Team, the product, and the organization, and identify that any “undone” Product Backlog must be returned to the Product Backlog. Analyze the consequences of having a product in an “unstable/undefined” state due to accumulated “undone” work.
  1. Definition
    Identify the Sprint Backlog as the Team’s plan for how it is going to turn the Product Backlog items selected for a Sprint into potentially shippable functionality.
  2. Purpose
    Describe the Sprint Backlog’s two main purposes: a detailed view of the Team's expected work for a Sprint and a tool for the Team to manage itself during the Sprint.
  3. Management
    Define and describe at least one technique for managing the Sprint Backlog (e.g., a Sprint Backlog task board).
  4. Responsibility
    Describe the responsibility of the Team for creating and maintaining the Sprint Backlog
  5. Update Scope
    Identify that the Sprint Backlog should, at all times, show what items are being worked on and by whom. Sometimes the Sprint Backlog should also show how much effort is still required to complete these items
  6. Update Frequency
    Describe the need for the Team to update the Sprint Backlog at least once a day.
A) Sprint Burndown Chart
  1. Definition
    Define the Sprint Burndown as a chart illustrating a comparison between the initial estimated amount of work at the Sprint Planning Meeting and the current stimated amount of work remaining.
  2. Purpose
    Describe how the Sprint Burndown chart is primarily used by the Team to manage themselves during the Sprint.
  3. Responsibility
    Describe that the ScrumMaster is responsible for ensuring that the Team is aware of its Sprint Burndown status and encouraging the Team to update the Sprint Burndown char
  4. Update Frequency
    Identify when the Sprint Burndown chart will typically be updated and describe the reason to do so
B) Release Burndown Chart
  1. Definition
    Describe the Release Burndown chart’s use of empirical data and the estimations provided by the Team to indicate either the projected end date of the release or the projected amount of Product Backlog that will be completed.
  2. Purpose
    Describe the Release Burndown chart’s use as a tool for the Product Owner in order to manage the plan for the product release.
  3. Responsibility
    Identify the Product Owner’s responsibility to use the empirical data and estimations produced by the Team in each Sprint to update the Release Burndown chart.
  4. Update Frequency
    Identify when the Release Burndown chart will typically be updated and describe the reason to do so.
Working with Multiple Scrum Teams
  1. Scaling Teams
    • Team set up
      Define at least one approach to setting up multiple teams working on the same product in Scrum, and describe the benefits of this approach.
    • Scaling up
    • Identify different approaches to scaling up Teams gradually, and describe the benefits of each approach
  2. Scaling Product Owners
    Describe possible ways in which multiple Product Owners can collaborate to work on the same product
  3. Scaling the Product Backlog
    Describe the common challenges of managing a large Product Backlog and which techniques to use to facilitate its management
  4. Scaling the Sprint Meetings
    • Sprint Planning Meeting
      Describe possible approaches to run a Sprint Planning meeting with multiple teams
    • Sprint Review Meeting
      Describe the challenges to an effective Sprint Review meeting with multiple teams and how those challenges may be addressed.
    • Sprint Retrospective Meeting
      Describe the challenges to an effective Sprint Retrospective meeting with multiple teams and how those challenges may be addressed.
    • Scrum of Scrums Meeting
      Describe the objectives of the Scrum of Scrums (SoS) and identify who participatesin the SoS.
  1. Product Owner in a Different Location
    Identify common challenges when the Product Owner works in a different location from the rest of the Scrum Team and describe strategiesto deal with these challenges
  2. Scrum Team Split among Different Locations
    Identify common challenges of working with a dispersed team and describe strategies to deal with these challenges.
  3. Importance of Infrastructure and Engineering Practices
    Describe the impacts of scaling Scrum and working with distributed Scrum Teams on the infrastructure and tools as well as the engineering practices.

Why Agile Waters Consulting?

  1. At AgileWaters, we have a team of experienced trainers where each one of them have more than 20+ years of experience on the working and guiding principles of Scrum, Kanban, DevOps, SAFe etc. They provide the best of what we say as theoretical guidance and then about how to implement the fundamentals of Scrum in the work process.

  2. At Agile Waters, we provide support for post-work implementation. This helps the learners to exactly know how to implement the function and methods of Scrum into the work-process and deliver a quality solution to the enterprise.

  3. AgileWaters has combined agile experience of more than 50 years, which means our trainers will drive you through every role Scrum has played and how it has evolved with time.

  4. Our Trainers at AgileWaters provide Real-life case studies to know the in-depth and thorough approach of Scrum Framework and its working process.

  5. We at Agile Waters provide FREE Scrum Master certification mock tests so you can analyse and evaluate your preparation scenario for the CSM Certification exam.

  6. AgileWaters provides a holistic view to Scrum Framework which means we believe in inter-connecting all the things which are related to Scrum Framework to deliver the exact concept and principles of Scrum Framework.

  7. We also provide additional free certified Courses.
    CSM Exam is already added in the Course when you take it from AgileWaters. At first, we will provide you with training and workshops. Afterwards, we will take you through both the theoretical and practical approach with the perspective of the exam.

    Many free scrum master certification mock papers will also be provided so that you have good preparation scenario to clear the CSM Certification test with ease.

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CSM Training FAQs

Scrum is an optimised and functional framework which aims at attaining highest value with sustainable efficiency within multiple-valued team coordination. The framework of Scrum helps to address and react to complex problems very quickly and makes the team coordination linear and give an agile development method.

The evaluated data and stats on the performance of the use of Scrum Framework is quite satisfactory as it is showing a good number on the record of enhanced and improved growth with quality and satisfactory results. But the main force behind all these things which drives the efficient performance and efficient result is how effectively one puts the principles of Scrum Framework into work.

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Scrum needs an analysed and evaluated approach with every process involved in the work process. And that needs an appropriate emphasis on the principles of Scrum which is must if one wants to get efficient performance, quality results and valuable solutions.
However ScrumGuide does not refer to any principles, it is based on following key aspects.

  1. Control Over Empirical Process:Control Over Empirical Process: This very principle of Scrum is based on the three fundamentals or ideas of scrum which involves transparency, inspection and adaptation.

  2. Self Organisation: This principle of Scrum basically helps to reduce dependency and improve workflow efficiency. This leads to Scrum team member innovating among themselves and organising so as to know how analytically they can deliver quality performance with best results and solutions.

  3. Collaboration: This principle emphasises on the core value of awareness, articulation and appropriation. It helps to develop and nurture a system which delivers working cross-functional teams with regular interactions to deliver work value with collaborative approach.

  4. Value-Based Prioritisation: This Principles of Scrum Framework helps to recognise the values of Work Process at an early stage so as to deliver the maximum business value from start to end with every step involved in the work process.

  5. Time-Boxing: This principle emphasises on the fact that time is a very limited resource and how should one consider it as a limiting constraint in Scrum. The time box elements of Scrum are Sprints, Standup Meetings, Sprint Planning Meetings, Sprint Review Meetings etc.

  6. Iterative and Incremental Development: This process emphasises on the fact of evolving with the continuous change to meet the customer's requirements. It also focuses on the role of Product Owner and the responsibility of the other member to deliver iterative development to the organisation.

Though passing alone the Scrum Master certification exam is a way to get certified as a Scrum Master but it also involves few processes to have an evaluated and analysed approach.

  1. Register at AgileWaters consulting for a 2 day Scrum Master Certification Pune Training.

  2. Understand the basic fundamentals of Scrum Framework, methodologies and fundamentals of working by getting trained under a certified trainer in a two-day Certified Scrum Master Certification Pune training class.

  3. After completion of Certified ScrumMaster Certification training course you’ll be given a link with which you can create your login credentials with ScrumAlliance.

  4. Next, you'll need to pass the CSM exam conducted by Scrum Alliance Inc. You will need to score 37marks out of 50, every question carrying one marks each. The scrum master certification test duration will be of 1hour.

  5. After passing the CSM exam, the applicants are asked to submit the license agreement to the Scrum Alliance for acceptance.

  6. And once your license agreement is accepted, your Scrum Master membership profile is completed with 2 years of membership with Scrum Alliance and designation as CSM.

You have two chances to attempt for the CSM Certification exam at the Scrum Master Certification cost of one. After the two chances are over you will have to register every time to appear for the exam. However our record at AgileWaters is 100% Passing on the first attempt. Enroll now for Scrum Master Certification Pune Training Class.

  • Scrum Master is the key force behind the planning and implementation of Lean-Agile techniques inside the institute as a leader. Not only the Scrum Master follows it but also embraces the team on how to follow and implement its principles.

  • Scrum Master acts as a facilitator who helps the team to resolve the backlogs very quickly by delivering quality solutions and leading to improvement with an efficient performance which enables good predictability, flow and increments.

  • Scrum Master is responsible for adoption and implementation of Scrum Principles across an institute by training development teams, stakeholders, product owners, product managers and agile team to cultivate the techniques as to have advanced results and performance.

  • Scrum Master facilitates the team meeting as mentors and review every planning as implementation with iteration planning, iteration review and iteration retrospective.

  • The Scrum Master along with other Scrum Master, works to innovate techniques for driving the features and capabilities leading to overall magnificent development.

CSM certification is the oldest and one of the best Scrum Master Certification course by the Scrum Alliance certification body. It has a validity of 2 years with the Scrum Master Certification cost of Rs. 25k.

Scrum Alliance is the company founded by Mike Cohn and Ken Schwaber, the later being Co-founder of Scrum framework ideology. The renewal Scrum Master Certification cost is of Rs.7k and needs to get renewed after every 2 years.

The Agile Scrum Master Certification is valid for 2 years, after which it needs to be renewed every time with the need of practice of Scrum. Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM®) Certification states your good control and holds over principles of Scrum Framework, it helps you to explore much and more opportunities related to every aspect of Scrum throughout your life.

Yes, the Scrum Master Certification is worth it & of great use when one wants to embark on a career as a professional Scrum Master. As Scrum Master is highly paid in an organisation it becomes more evitable that this Scrum Master Certification opens a wide range of opportunities for various roles.

Most of the big MNCs remain in continuous search of Scrum Master to deliver the quality solution to the enterprise. The Scrum Master Certification becomes the medium by virtue of which someone can easily find several opportunities in these MNCs. Register for Scrum Master Certification Pune training.

  1. You will learn about the fundamentals of Scrum and Agile and how are they implemented in a work process.
  2. You will learn various terminologies of Agile, Scrum, Scrum Concepts and the complete process of Scrum.
  3. You will get to know about the various roles which are involved in Scrum and scope of the Scrum Master role.
  4. You will learn how to govern the team, lead them from the front as a leader and deliver quality solutions to the organisation.
  5. It will help you to learn to improve transparency which will further improve the team efficiency and performance for a collaborative approach.

There are no specific criteria to join the Scrum Scrum Master Certification Training class. But the certification is best in use for those who want to be a part of the Scrum Team or want to boost up their career as a Scrum Master professional. We recommend you to refer ScrumGuide.

A great Scrum Master is someone who knows how to thrive with good ethics and evaluated work process through a collaborative approach. Through his work experience and good knowledge of Scrum Framework, he must and should know how to deliver quality results and solutions to the organisation.

His coordination with his team and that too with other Scrum Masters and other members of the organisation need to be transparent, frequent. The coordination skills needed for the same must and should be effective and he must share good affection with every member within the organisation.

As Scrum Master is mostly valued as how he leads his team, a good Scrum Master needs to sound proficient with his leadership skills within the organisation. They must help their respective team to clear backlogs and bottlenecks very quickly along with guiding them of as how to become agile with their work process.

Yes, Scrum Master is a full-time role as it involves mastering the Scrum Framework and then implementing it within an organisation. This involves guiding both yourself and your entire team to become Agile with the Work Process. The Full-time role of Scrum Master is must as it involves managing various responsibilities across an organisation. As Scrum Master is a full-time role and involves various complex responsibilities, a Scrum Master is highly paid.

It may take a time period of 1-2 Months to get certified with all the processes involved from training class to getting certified. You must and should take CSM Certification exam within 1 month of Certified Scrum Master course training course, and after clearing the Agile Scrum Master certification exam you will receive the CSM Certification within 10 days by completing all the required procedures. Become a Certified ScrumMaster® with Agilewaters Consulting CSM certification online training course across the globe.

Thinking of Systems:

Smart thinking for the Organisation structure and its workflow process is a crucial factor behind the Organisational benefits, growth, and success. This defines the approach every single member of the Organisation takes to have the collaborated plan for the development of the Organisation on an Agile Path.

As a Scrum Master, it must include primary Skill which aims to provide solutions and vision for the Organisation which works on the Scrum Framework. This includes enabling a better perspective for the Scrum Team and enhancing a thought process that dwells on the Agile Roadmap.

Skill for solving the Complex Problem:

The Skill of solving the Complex Problem plays a vital role in the growth and gives a better perspective of the Person's Abilities. As the roles and responsibilities of Scrum Master become more diversified across the Organisation, the capability of the Scrum Master to solve complex problems plays a crucial role in the nurturement of the Organisation and its growth.

Within the Organisation, with the ability to solve the complex problem, Scrum Master handles various complex operations undertaking the Product Development process.

Ability to Facilitate:

The role of the facilitator plays a crucial role in decision making within the Organisation. As a Scrum Master, it becomes a necessity to appropriately facilitate the Scrum Teams, Product Owner, and Organisation's members.

This thrives a culture which nourishes the work environment and helps the team members to reach a high-end decision for better product development and attainment of Business Agility.

Mentoring and Coaching:

The Scrum Master is the leader of the Scrum Team. Scrum Master governs all the development processes done by the Scrum Team. So, as a leader, it becomes a necessity for the Scrum Master to have the Skill of coaching as well as mentoring.

The smooth and precise coaching, as well as mentoring, helps the Scrum Team to give better productive results and improves efficiency. This is of great use for the Organisation which is delivered by the Scrum Master, who acts as a guardian for the Scrum Team.

Scrum Master is responsive, diversified, and an expert role in MNCs. This is not only because Scrum Master is the leader and Mentor of the Scrum Team but also because a Scrum Master plays a decisive role in the product development process right from building it to the delivery of products developed to the end-user.

Implementation of Scrum Framework in the Organisation is the foremost responsibility of a Scrum Master. This needs an in-depth piece of knowledge as well as an experienced hands-on Scrum Framework as well. This puts evidence on the fact that Scrum Master is responsive, diversifies, and an expert role all across the MNCs. And that's why a Scrum Master is paid so much: Salary of Scrum Master per Annum:
USA: (100,000-130,000) USD
United Kingdom: (40,000-80,000) GBP
India: (700,000-2300,000) INR

CSM or Certified Scrum Master is the most recognised and widely adopted Scrum Master Certification, which is accredited by the Scrum Alliance Certifying body. The CSM Certification can be taken by someone who wants to learn and master the Scrum Framework.

The CSM Certification is mostly preferred by Scrum Master, Team who wishes to implement Scrum, Manager of Scrum Teams, Product Owners, Developers, Agile Coach, etc. The Scrum Master Certification cost ranges between $700 to $1500. The renewal cost of CSM Certification is $100.

Scrum Master opens a wide range of opportunities in terms of careers with specific jobs and roles. The Scrum Master is not restricted to any particular section of the Software and IT industry and can embrace their Skill in various positions and career path. A Scrum Master can play the following roles become following in his/her

Agile Coach:

The Scrum Master who has successfully managed the complex tasks and handled the multiple team's coordination effectively can go for the role of the Mentor as an Agile Coach. Agile Coach is responsible for the facilitation of the Agile and Scrum implementation. As an Agile Coach, they help teams in the adoption of Agile Techniques to reach success.

Product Owner:

If a Scrum Master is good with the business side of the project, then they can be the most appropriate aspirants for the role of a Product Owner. Product Owner holds responsibilities to which a Scrum Master can make a transition. Becoming Scrum Product Owner is the movement within the team, with the shift of roles and responsibilities from Scrum Master.

Manager and Management Roles::

A good manager is needed for the success of the Scrum workflow process. If the manager has previously been Scrum Master, then he or she will understand the problems more clearly and will support the teams effectively.

Some Scrum Masters find managing tasks exciting when working with the team members closely. Scrum Masters becomes very precise at guiding teams after working as a Scrum Master for a long time. Due to this, many Scrum Masters wish to switch to management roles.

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