The Professional Scrum Master (PSM I) certification is one of the most recognised and respected credentials in the Agile space.
Our classroom course not only prepares you to pass this difficult exam, but also gives you a hands-on experience to learn how Scrum operates through a well designed in-class group simulation.
Even if you work in an environment that uses SCRUM, you will likely learn so much about how it should work and why certain practices are essential.This course helps you to pass the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master exam.
This training course is for individuals who work as part of a Scrum Team or interact with Scrum Teams as stakeholders.
Extra Benefits of Attending
Very high pass rate: 98% of our students pass the PSM I the first time!
Personalised assistance if you need extra help to understand concepts
You will earn 14 PDUs
If you do not have two (2) business days to be in a classroom training, BIGJUMP offers affordable Online course options for AU$275 (incl. GST)
Co-hosted with Agile Brisbane & Lean Business Strategies
Use MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to reduce the cost of your outcomes.
Talk Summary Agile projects are sometimes seen as more expensive than traditional projects due to the frequent delivery to production, and also the cost of frequently changing requirements. In addition to this, agile projects require a lot more involvement from the business which consumes additional resources.
The purpose of this workshop is to demonstrate that, through the elimination of waste, that these very things often significantly reduce the cost of the value that can be derived from the project.
The term Minimum Viable product (or MVP) has recently become overused to be synonymous with the “M” in MoSCoW. This workshop will also demonstrate that MVP is in fact a different concept. This talk will apply the principle of “Learning whilst doing” to demonstrate these principles through practical activities.
Speakers BIO John Stathakis is an agile software project manager who has delivered a number of projects in across government and the private sector. His passion is building high performing teams, and implementing ways of working that result in delivery that delights the customer. John has spoken at both PMI and AIPM, and is a co-organiser of the Brisbane Agile meetup group.
Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans, Founder & CEO of BIGJUMP, is an experienced and collaborative Project Manager & Coach. He is specialised in helping organisations become more innovative & agile, so they can thrive in a VUCA world. He supports organisations in the execution of critical, high risk, complex business or IT Projects using Agile & Lean Business Strategies.
Please join us for an interactive and informative session. Note that the Zoom link for the meeting will be updated closer to the meeting date.
Agenda 5:45 – 6pm: Pre-meetup joining (you can bring your own drinks and pizza if you like!) 6:00 – 7pm: Use MVP to reduce the cost of your outcomes with John Stathakis & Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans
SPECIAL: Playing Lean – Innovation Workshop
Experience the Playing Lean game!
Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans from BIGJUMP – Bringing Innovation to Life is a Certified Playing Lean Facilitator and will be hosting the game that will help you put the The Lean Startup principles into practice.
During this night, Joeri will introduce Playing Lean 2 with the hospitality Scenario.
Playing Lean (more information) is an educational board game which facilitates learning of the Lean Start-up principles through gamified experience.
Each game is limited to a maximum of 12 players
Who can benefit from Playing Lean ?
Corporate Entrepreneurs or Professionals working on innovative ideas.
For Startup founders who would like to learn from experienced trainers about Lean Startup methodology and how to apply it to mitigate the risk of failure and build products people want.
For Corporate Entrepreneurs who work within a company in order to introduce innovation and to revitalise and diversify its business.
For Professionals working on innovative ideas or developing their projects, who want to learn about Lean Startup methodology, and how to use it to boost their odds of success.
Playing Lean – A Learning Tool
Playing Lean is both a serious board game and a great workshop format. Combined, it’s a great way to kickstart your learning about Lean Startup. You get to play a game, have a lot of fun and still call it work!
Playing Lean is rapidly growing around the world with the following Governments and Institutions adopting the game to teach Lean Startup:
Logan City Council
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
University of NSW
Startup Labs Oslo
Swiss Startup Factory
Innovation Lab Fribourg
Swiss Startup Association
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Berlin University of the Arts
There are certified Playing Lean facilitators in: Australia, Belgium, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom.
We appreciate the support from Humanised Group as our location and catering sponsor for this event.