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5 Reasons why should you choose PlayScrum CSM Workshop?
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Lets PlayScrum - Chennai : CSM Workshop + Certification by Leanpitch : Sep 19-20


  • Lets PlayScrum - A Certified ScrumMaster Workshop (Regular)

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You want to PlayScrum; you have reached the right place to learn the rules!







5 Reasons why should you choose PlayScrum CSM Workshop?


1. We believe in Scrum and we PlayScrum

The workshop itself will be run using Scrum in 4 Sprints with ZERO power point slides. We will learn together about Scrum from each other. Expect to have lots of fun while you learn as the workshop is loaded with content as below:


Scrum on The Wall: Satisha's unique way of presenting Scrum Framework on the Wall with Charts will help you visualize Scrum all the time during the 2 days and ever after




Learn by Doing: You will be working with others as part of a Scrum Team working on a Project. So you will learn how to get started and run a Scrum Project.




Learn to Measure Progress: As the workshop is run using Scrum, you will get an opportunity to inspect the progress and adapt the plan with real artifacts.


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2. Learn Continuously @ PlayScrum-Chennai Meetup for FREE once a month.

We believe in Continuous Learning. It's difficult to learn to solve every problem in two days. As you start playing Scrum at you work place, you will certainly face challenges and you need help to solve those. So our workshop doesn't end in 2 days, you continue to learn in our monthly PlayScrum-Meetups. Join now


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3. Live and breath Agile Values with PlayScrum Flash Cards.

You get a free pack of PlayScrum Flash Cards. The PlayScrum cards include:

- A Set of Planning Poker Cards for estimation.

- Quick Reference cards for Scrum Roles.

- Quick checklist of things to do in Scrum Ceremonies.

- Agile Values and Principles Card. 




4. Learn on the Go with our PlayScrum Android app.

We are human beings and we tend to forget things. We have designed PlayScrum App to help ScrumMasters to stay focused on helping their team focused on the goal. Download the App NOW!




5. Tell us your problems and look out for pragmatic solutions in PlayScrum Book

We meet hundreds of enthusiasts and practictioner's every month and we hear a lot of challenges. We are putting together a book to solve the day to day problems ina pragmatic way. You can tell us your problems and we can help you solve the problems in a pragmatic way with stroies and samples on this book. This book is also released in iterations. Downoad the book NOW!


 PlayScrum Book


What do you get out of the course?

After you complete the course, you’ll know

  • All the rules, artifacts, meetings and processes for Scrum
  • Why the ScrumMaster is such an important role, and how to be a great ScrumMaster
  • How to motivate others to support your Scrum efforts
  • Where to look for more information and how to get your questions answered


On successful completion of the course, you’ll receive

  • Qualification for ScrumMaster Certification (passing the exam is a required follow-on step for certification). You will be able to take the test immediately after the workshop and the fee is covered in the course fee.
  • Scrum Alliance membership for 2 years.
  • ScrumMaster's PlayBook
  • A deck of PlayScrum cards
  • 16 SEUs for Certified Scrum Professional
  • 16 PDUs towards any PMI credential


Have more questions on training and certification, visit this link:

Frequently Asked Questions about CSM certification: 


Trainer: Satisha Venkataramaiah [Veiw Profile]



The whole workshop will be delivered in 4 Sprints with possible agenda as below:

Sprint 1: Basics of Scrum

Agile & Empirical Process

  • What is Empirical Process and Defined Process
  • Why Software Development is hard and complex?
  • What is Agile and why Indians are meant to be Agile?
  • Introduction to Agile Manifesto
  • 12 Agile Principles

Scrum Framework

  • Introduction to Scrum Framework
  • Scrum Roles
  • Scrum Artifacts
  • Scrum Ceremonies

Scrum Roles

  • Detailed discussion on Product Owner’s responsibilities
  • Detailed discussion on Scrum Master’s responsibilities
  • Detailed discussion on Development Team’s responsibilities
  • What is the role of other organization roles in Scrum?
  • Where does the Project Manager fit?


Sprint 2: Getting Started with Scrum


Getting Started with Scrum: Identify a class Project and understand the following concepts as we get started

  • How to go about implementing Scrum.
  • What is the impact on Organization Structure and policies.
  • Identify a Class project and discuss team agreements, Definition of Ready, Definition of Done.


Building Product Backlog: Build Product Backlog for Class Project and understand the following concepts as we work on it.

  • Characteristics of a Product Backlog
  • Grooming Product Backlog
  • Prioritizing the Product Backlog
  • Estimating Product Backlog


Sprint 3: Estimation and Planning

Agile Estimation: Estimate Product class backlog for the class project and learn the following concepts.

  • What is Estimation?
  • How are requierements and tasks estimated?
  • What is Poker Planning?
  • How to faciliate Estimation as a ScrumMaster?


Agile Planning: Plan releases for the class project and learn the following concepts.

  • What is incremental and iterative delivery?
  • When do we release? Understanding the value of shortening the feedback loop through early and incremental releases.
  • How do we arrive at a release date?
  • Why release plan is not cast in stone and release planing should be iterative


Sprint 4: Getting it Done


Running a Sprint: Run a Sprint end to end for the class project and learn the following

  • Sprint Planning: Planning for delivering valuable products sooner.
  • Engineering Practices: Delivering working product continuously during the Sprint
  • DailyScrum: Inspecting and adapting continously during Sprint.
  • Sprint Review: Testing assumptions sooner.
  • Sprint Retrpsoective: Continuosly improving as a team.

Scrum in Distributed Environments and Scaling

  • How do Scrum teams work in distributed environment?
  • What does it take for multiple teams to worn on same Product?



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