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Global Accreditation Body for Scrum and Agile Certifications

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Valini Trainning is a Global partner of VM Edu , an international certification body in project management through the Scrum Methodology

Scrum is an interactive and incremental Agile framework for successfully delivering projects.

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Scrum overview

Scrum is the most popular Agile framework for delivering projects. It's an adaptive, iterative, fast, flexible, and effective framework designed to deliver significant value quickly and throughout the project.

Scrum ensures transparency in communication and creates an environment of collective responsibility and continual progress. The Scrum framework, as defined in the SBOK® guide, is structured to support the development of products and services in all types of industries and in any type of project, regardless of its complexity.

 

A Scrum project involves a collaborative effort to create a new product, service, or other outcome as defined in the Project Vision Statement. Projects are impacted by constraints on time, cost, scope, quality, resources, organizational capabilities, and other constraints that make planning, execution, management, and success difficult. However, the successful implementation of the results of a completed project provides significant business benefits to an organization. Therefore, it is important that organizations select and practice an appropriate project delivery approach.

 

Scrum's key strength lies in its use of cross-functional, self-organizing and empowered teams that divide and execute their work in short, focused work cycles called Sprints. Scrum's focus on value-driven delivery helps Scrum teams deliver results as early in the project as possible.

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Scrum vs. Traditional Project Management (PMP and PRINCE2)

Differences between Scrum and traditional project management methodologies.

Why use Scrum

Some Important Benefits of Using Scrum

Adaptability

Empirical process control and iterative delivery makes projects adaptable and open to incorporating change.

Effective Deliverables

The Create Prioritized Product Backlog process and regular reviews after creating deliverables ensure effective customer deliverables

Transparency

All information radiators such as Scrum boards and Burndown Sprint charts are shared, leading to an open working environment.

Continuous Feedback

Ongoing feedback is provided through the Conduct Daily Standup and Demonstrate and Validate Sprint processes.

continuous improvement

Deliveries are progressively improved Sprint through the Refine Prioritized Product Backlog process.

Faster problem solving

Problems are resolved quickly

due to collaboration between cross-functional teams

customer centric

The emphasis on business value and a collaborative approach to stakeholders ensure a customer-oriented structure.

High trust environment

The Conduct Daily Standup and Retrospect Sprint processes promote transparency and collaboration, leading to low friction between team members.

Collective Property

The Create, Estimate, and Confirm User Stories processes allow team members to collectively take ownership of the project and its work, leading to better quality.

Continuous delivery of value

Iterative processes enable continuous delivery of value as often as the customer requires through the Deliverables Delivery process.

Sustainable Pace

Scrum processes are designed so that the people involved can work at a sustainable pace and, in theory, can continue indefinitely.

High Value Early Delivery

The Create Prioritized Product Backlog process ensures that the customer's highest value requirements are met first.

High speed

A collaborative framework allows highly skilled cross-functional teams to work at an accelerated speed, in turn maximizing their potential.

Innovative Environment

The Retrospective Sprint and Retrospective Project processes create an environment of introspection and learning, leading to innovation and creativity.

Motivation

The Conduct Daily Standup and Retrospect Sprint processes lead to higher levels of motivation among the team.

Why SCRUMstudy™?

10 reasons why SCRUMstudy™ is the most popular Scrum and Agile accreditation body.
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1. Featured trademarks and copyrights
  • SCRUMstudy™ is owned by VMEdu, Inc-a company registered in Frederick, Maryland, USA, with its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. As a pioneer in Scrum and Agile, SCRUMstudy™ has been awarded several prominent trademarks and copyrights by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the United States Copyright Office.

  • USPTO (www.uspto.gov) has officially granted the following trademarks to VMEdu®: SBOK®, SMC®, SPOC®, SDC®, SCT®, SFC™, SCRUMstudy™ and VMEdu®.

  • United States Copyright Office (www.copyright.gov) has copyrighted a Guide to the Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK® Guide) to VMEdu®.

2. Based on A Guide to the Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK® Guide)

3. Largest Accreditation Body for Scrum and Agile Certifications
  • SCRUMstudy™ is owned by VMEdu, Inc-a company registered in Frederick, Maryland, USA, with its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. As a pioneer in Scrum and Agile, SCRUMstudy™ has been awarded several prominent trademarks and copyrights by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the United States Copyright Office.

4. Most popular and widely accepted

  • More than 750,000 students trained in successfully delivering projects.

  • More than 5,000 students certified every month for Scrum and Agile.

  • Wide reputation and accepted by more than 7,500 companies from over 150 countries, including Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, IBM, HP, Bank of America, AT&T, Dell, Verizon, Lockheed Martin and PepsiCo.

5. Industry-wide acceptance
  • Applied to diverse projects spanning an eclectic mix of industries and organizations.

6. Scalable framework

  • SCRUMstudy™ courses and certifications allow participants to scale Scrum to portfolio and program levels, not just individual projects.

7. Active discussions to share and learn

8. Lots of free resources for Scrum and Agile Community

  • Wide range of free resources such as SFC™ (Scrum Fundamentals Certified) training, over 5 hours of high quality videos, interactive case studies, immersive mobile apps, blogs and articles.

9. Credible and standardized testing environment
  • Certification exams are conducted using the live online monitoring system to maintain the integrity of the exams.

10. Proven teaching methodology

  • Scientifically proven, highly interactive teaching methodology that includes role-plays, case studies and simulations.

Certification Hierarchy

This certification hierarchy shows the certifications offered by SCRUMstudy™

SCRUMstudyTM certified professionals help organizations successfully deliver projects and deliver better return on investment (RSI) for projects.

(Free online introductory course for anyone interested in learning about Scrum)

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(For all Scrum Team Members, Participants and Stakeholders)

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mandatory

optional but preferred

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(For all Scrum Masters)

(General Agile Certificate for Agile Professionals)

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(for Product Owners)

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(for Scrum Masters involved in large projects)

(for Product Owners involved in large projects)

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(for Scrum Masters who handle

with complex projects)

Training for all advanced Scrum certifications is provided by authorized VMEdu training partners.

CLIMBING THE SCRUM FOR MAJOR PROJECTS AND THE COMPANY

When working on large projects, programs and / or portfolios, some additional processes. are needed to address additional coordination and synchronization efforts.

To be effective, Scrum teams should ideally have six to ten members. This practice may be the reason for the misconception that the Scrum framework can only be used for small projects. However, Scrum can easily scale for effective use in large projects, programs, and portfolios. In situations where the size of the Scrum team exceeds ten people, multiple Scrum teams can be formed to work on the project.

Large or complex projects are often implemented as part of a program or portfolio. The Scrum framework can also be applied to managing programs and portfolios. The logical approach of the guidelines and principles of this framework can be used to manage projects of any size, spanning geographies and organizations. Large projects can have multiple Scrum teams working in parallel, making it necessary to synchronize and facilitate the flow of information and improve communication. Escalating Scrum for Large Projects facilitates coordination between Scrum teams, enabling effective implementation on larger projects, and Escalating Scrum for the Enterprise facilitates coordination among multiple Scrum teams within a program and portfolio.

Scrum Guidance Body

Define objects
related to quality,
regulations
government,
security and others
key parameters

portfolio

• Manages all programs and projects
• The work to be performed is contained in a Portfolio Backlog
• Hold a Prioritized Portfolio Backlog meeting at intervals of four to twelve months

Program

• Manages related projects
• The work to be performed is contained in the Program Backlog
• Hold a Prioritized Program Backlog meeting every two to six months

Projects

• Individual projects managed by the respective Scrum Teams
• A project must have one or more Scrum Teams
• The work to be performed is contained in a Program Backlog
• Work performed in sprints from one to six weeks in length
• Hold Scrum of Scrum (SoS) meeting to coordinate and communicate between Scrum Teams

Team

Scrum A

SCRUM SCRUM

(SOS)

Team

Scrum B

Team

Scrum C

Team

Scrum D

Team

Scrum E

Team

Scrum F

Our Scrum Programs

 
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Scrum Fundamentals Certified (SFC™) is tailored to help anyone
interested in learning about important concepts in Scrum as defined
in the SBOK® Guide; and get a basic understanding of how the Scrum framework
guides in delivering projects successfully.

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Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®) professionals gain sufficient knowledge about Scrum to effectively contribute to a Scrum project. After passing the Exam, candidates will be accredited as "Scrum Developer Certified"

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The Scrum Master Certificate (SMC®) is relevant for Scrum Masters and experienced Scrum practitioners.

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The Scrum Product Owner Certificate (SPOC®) is relevant to Product Owners and
experienced professionals representing business interests in a project.

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The SCRUMstudy Agile Master (SAMC®) Certificate is relevant for professionals who
have knowledge and understanding of Agile values, methods and complexities.

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The Expert Scrum Master Certificate (ESMC™) is relevant for professionals with
experience in managing complex Scrum projects and facilitating the work of Scrum teams.

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SSMC™ is an advanced level certification for professionals who are working or are interested in working as Head Scrum Masters, Program Scrum Masters, or Portfolio Scrum Masters.

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The Scaled Scrum Product Owner (SSPOC™) certificate is relevant for Owners of
Products, Product Program Owners or Portfolio Program Owners that
deal with complex projects, programs or portfolios.

International Certificate

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