The Road to Become PSM II – Part II

The Road to Become PSM II – Part II

Scrum
In this post, I will focus some terms and explanations on the "Scrum Guide 2017" which I believe is so important to understand the Scrum. The Scrum Guide defines the Scrum as A framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. It is easy to understand "productive, creative, highest value" terms. But, you may have such questions: "What are the complex adaptive problems" or "Aren't all projects complex?" Honestly, I accepted this term as it is for a while until I came across another framework called "Cynefin" in which the type of projects is explained so well. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="390"] Cynefin Framework[/caption] This framework says, If unknowns are more than known ones it is a complex problem. …
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The Road to Become PSM II – Part I

The Road to Become PSM II – Part I

Scrum
As many of you know, Scrum is a process framework used to address Complex, Adaptive problems in order to develop, enhance and sustain a product. Scrum.org is the official site behind this framework which provides a scrum guide, lots of articles, videos, assessments, and certifications. PSM which stands for Professional Scrum Master is one of the assessments that Scrum.org accredits. It consists of three (3) levels: PSM I, PSM II and PSM III. PSM I is the fundamental level of the assessment. PSM II is the more advanced level in which candidates should understand the underlying principles of Scrum and can effectively apply Scrum in complex, real-time situations. PSM III is the most advanced level of Scrum Mastery. I passed PSM I six (6) years ago (2012) just reading the…
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