Verify Scrum Inc. Certified Students
The students listed on this page have been certified by Scrum Inc. in their area of study.
At Scrum Inc. students receive training from the source. Our founder is the co-founder of Scrum, Jeff Sutherland. Jeff and his carefully selected team of trainers travel the globe coaching some of the top teams and industry leaders in the world. As such, the training our students receive is informed by the latest research and thinking based on real-world experience. Our students receive the most advanced and up-to-date thinking in the agile community.
Certified Backlog Refinement PractitionerPeter Chen
Scott Von Rhee
Scrum in Hardware - Train the TrainerHolger Dierssen
Alexis La Joie
About Scrum in Hardware: Train the Trainer
Student with this certification are professional Scrum coaches and trainers who have, or are actively pursuing, their Certified Scrum Coach (CSC) or Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) applications. Scrum in Hardware (eXtreme Manufacturing or XM) is one of the newest Agile methodologies. It leverages Scrum, eXtreme Programming, and Object-Oriented Architecture to enable both rapid prototyping and full scale manufacturing in hardware. Certificate holders are taught first hand by the leading authority on Scrum in Hardware: Joe Justice.
About Certified Backlog Refinement Practitioner
Our Certified Backlog Refinement Practitioner training teaches student how to improve team velocity through precise and transparent development of “ready” backlog items. They leave the class with the ability to define and refine backlog items across the 7 Product Dimensions, prioritize user stories, and prepare for value-based planning. By using the product’s vision to drive Structured Conversations, our students optimize the value in the product backlog, exemplifying the core of Lean and Agile practices.
About Scrum@Scale Certified Practitioner
Our Scrum@Scale Certified Practitioners are trained how to leverage the Scrum@Scale modular framework to support scaling scrum in complex contexts and across the enterprise. It tailors to the unique needs of an organization without introducing anti-Scrum patterns or unnecessary waste. Students are shown how to apply basic Scrum and Lean product development skills to scale Scrum from one to many teams across any size initiative, as well as, across the disciplines of software and hardware.