Ask a veteran Product Manager how they got into the field and how they became an expert. They’ll probably tell you it was luck and a lot of trial and error. We’re aiming to fix that.
Agile adoption is serious business. However, most organizations don’t put serious time into training their teams to be successful in this new way of working. In this article, we summarize lessons learned from coaching dozens of organizations through the process.
For many years, our Certified Scrum Product Owner students have asked why the Scrum Alliance does not offer an assessment for students completing their CSPO courses. This post explains why there is no exam today and the steps we took to create an exam that students can use to assess their knowledge.
Business leaders want a fast way to retrain and upskill their product managers so they have a common approach and philosophy for their specific business. We provide a rundown of the pros and cons of existing options, and give you our own distinctive program which meets those goals, and more.
Everybody’s busy and it’s easy to become complacent, but existing CSMs and CSPOs may want to consider a few reasons to crack open the books again and get some advanced Scrum training.
Choosing an online certified Scrum Master class has become more challenging with the proliferation of virtual trainers. This guide highlights the key considerations when making your choice.
Test anxiety is a real thing — but preparation helps. In this article you'll learn what’s on the Certified Scrum Master exam, how it's organized, and how to prepare. Relax, you got this.
Frequently, learners in our Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) courses have questions about the CSM exam: How do I prepare? So, we set out to create a practice test, written by actual Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs), with current content, which helps you gauge your readiness for the exam.
Though many aspects of the Scrum framework are uniform, Certified Scrum Training is not an "off the shelf" commodity. Trainers can vary dramatically in experience and approach, so you should think carefully about how you choose — and what you want to get out of it.