Our live, online workshops teach key skills employers demand and employees need to turn disruption into strategic advantage. In each short workshop, expert instructors teach practical skills based on decades of success launching teams and products around the globe. The course curriculum is designed to prepare students from all professional backgrounds and experience to effectively and rapidly develop needed capabilities. During the workshop, students will gain practical skills through the following proven process:
- Introduction to key strategic business concepts
- Investigation and deep dive into real-world case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of these key concepts
- Assessment of proven tools and techniques to aid in effecting change
- Developing a plan for implementing key concepts and tools
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between the LSM/LSPO and the CSM/CSPO?
Licensed Scrum credentials are the only Scrum Master and Product Owner credentials endorsed by Scrum Inc. and Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and inventor of Scrum@Scale.
Certified Scrum courses are endorsed by Scrum Alliance, a non-profit Scrum credentialing organization.
Generally speaking, the Licensed Scrum curriculum goes beyond that strictly required for Certified courses. The Licensed Scrum curriculum includes the Lean principles, Scrum Master & Product Owner techniques, real-world cross-industry case studies, proven patterns for improving team and organizational performance, and an overview of how the Scrum roles scale in an organization.
The Licensed Scrum Program has a global community of expert trainers and thought leaders who have demonstrable experience improving team and organizational performance across industries and cultures. Our Licensed Scrum Trainers bring a range of real-world case studies and examples into their teaching.
When the course is taught by Scrum Inc., the Licensed and Certified courses are identical in structure and content. In the marketplace, a Licensed Scrum Credential requires that students are taught the Lean principles, Patterns of high-performing teams, and scaling, which are not required for Certified Scrum courses.
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Do you offer group discounts?
Yes, we offer group discounts through our Team Training Program. Our flexible training plans include preferred rates, wait-list priority, self-service class scheduling and premium support. Please contact our training team.
We also offer hardship discounts for students and job seekers.
Do I need a computer for class?
No, you will not need a computer. In fact, we encourage you to turn off your laptops, cell phones, tablets, etc. during class.
What time does the course begin?
Courses begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. and run until 5:00 p.m. For participants seeking a class credential, you cannot miss more than 2 hours of the course.
How should I dress?
There is no dress code. Most attendees wear business casual, jeans are fine. We suggest layers in case the room temperature becomes uncomfortable for you.
Is food provided?
We will provide continental breakfast (8:30 - 9:00 am) along with all-day coffee, beverages, and snacks. Please let us know if you have any special dietary restrictions or considerations, so we can alter our catering order to better meet your needs.
Following the first day of the course, we invite all class participants to attend a reception with the Scrum Inc. team. Beer, wine, and snacks are on us.
What if I need to transfer to a different date?
If you need to change your class, we can move you to another class taught by the same instructor. You can also transfer your registration to another person. Please contact our training team to transfer.
What is your cancellation policy?
You may cancel your registration and receive a full refund if you cancel two-weeks before the start date of the class. Thereafter, we will happily transfer your registration to another date or give you credit to register for a future class.
If you need to cancel, please contact our training team.