26445Re: Importance of Scrum Master Training / Cert
- Jan 20, 2008So going now before we bring in a scrum coach (if we do, it wouldnt be
for a while), I interpet your statement that this would great for a
new scrum team that is trying to "get it" and also wanting to make
sure we're not mis-interpreting anything from our library of books.
Also groups like this make for fantastic community support as well.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pierre Mengal" <pierre@...>
> I tried to implement Scrum 2 years ago by reading books (Ken's pair,
> Cohn thing and Henrik's bytes) and articles on the internet.doing
> When I attended the CSM course few months later, I found that I was
> many things wrong. This is probably why I was getting average results ;)suggest
> The course helped me to "get it".
> If you are willing to implement Scrum in your organisation, I highly
> you to send your developers to certification courses or hire a certifiedalong
> On Jan 20, 2008 7:15 AM, tpagliocco <tpagliocco@...> wrote:
> > Our team is new to Scrum and to the framework and rules that go
> > with it. I'd say for being new to the game, the team is getting
> > hungry to a) learm more about scrum and b) begin banging out more in
> > less time.
> > Overall, this a good thing.
> > >From my perspective, my question is, how important would Scrum Master
> > Certification help me not only lead my team, but also help to continue
> > educating on the foundations of scrum.
> > Our CTO is a great resource for help on scrum (however he's not in our
> > office, but in our corporate office in another state) but I believe in
> > my role I have to not only continue to expand my knowledge on the
> > subject but also try and educate myself as fast as possible so I can
> > help guide the rest of the office.
> > Your opinions are welcome. Thanks much.
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