The Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) with Nexus course is an interactive workshop where participants engage in activities to acquire skills that can be utilized to address obstacles encountered when implementing Scrum at scale.
During this two-day class*, students collaborate in a Nexus to simulate and coordinate a scaled product development project. Throughout the course, real-life scenarios are presented to highlight typical challenges in scaling, and over fifty practices for overcoming these challenges are shared.
These practices draw upon existing knowledge of Scrum and Nexus and complementary techniques that have proven successful in assisting clients with scaling Scrum, as discovered by members of the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) community.
By the end of the course, students will have gained the knowledge and ability to initiate, structure, organize, and manage large Agile projects using Scrum. They will also possess a toolbox of techniques to identify and overcome common challenges when scaling Scrum.
This course is appropriate for experienced Scrum professionals interested in learning how multiple Scrum. Teams can work together to deliver a single product. It is ideal for:
This course is not suitable for professionals with little Scrum knowledge or experience.
During this two-day class, students collaborate in a Nexus to simulate and coordinate a scaled product development project. Throughout the course, real-life scenarios are presented to highlight typical challenges in scaling, and over fifty practices for overcoming these challenges are shared.
Upon successfully completing the Scaled Professional Scrum course, every participant will be given a password to take the Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) assessment. Participants who take the SPS assessment within 14 days of receiving their password and do not achieve a score of at least 85% will be given a second attempt at no extra charge.
The SPS certification, widely recognized in the industry, requires a minimum passing score of 85% and demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of the Nexus Framework, knowledge acquired from the course, and familiarity with Scrum principles.
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