Excited for the Advanced CSM course

I enjoy doing the Advanced CSM course (A-CSM certification).  I recommend it to you.

How do you benefit?

First and foremost: You can help your Scrum Team more effectively, and they can become more effective as a Team.  That adds up to more fun and more satisfaction.

Two: You get SEUs to renew your CSM (or CSPO).

Three: To move in the upward progression toward a real Agile Coach.  This is not to say that some people can’t be Leonardo da Vinci with no training, but I tink the odds are low.

So, the A-CSM with the CSP-SM course makes you ready to get a coaching certification.  I am pretty well convinced that the certification (by itself) is insufficient.  But the education gained along the way is very useful.  Moreover, the people who have been coming to the A-CSM courses have been very impressive, and — just forgetting about the courses and the certification — I would hire them because they wanted to improve themselves and they are within an impressively good cohort.

How is our A-CSM different?

There are a lot of similarities.

But some differences as well.

It is a course.  We have some homework, but it is mostly covered in 3 days of course.

We teach “aggressive scrum” as Jeff Sutherland talks about.  That is, for example, higher happiness and also higher velocity,

We have co-trained 8 times with Jeff Sutherland.  We think that gives you a lot of benefits.

We focus on a set of patterns we call “agile release planning”.  These are a bunch of lower level skills and higher level patterns that you will have to use and adapt as you play Scrum.

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Hope you will join us.  Please see the course listing.

 

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