1 Year Training Plan for Scrum and Agile Teams + Template
List of all the activities and training courses you'll need to train your Scrum Team from Completely New to Pro Agile team.
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Q: I am new to the Scrum Master role and looking for some guidance to train my team on Scrum and Agile concepts. Do you have a coaching or training plan you could share?
Thanks for the question!
When you first start with a Scrum team, you start by observing the team for 1-3 weeks.
This is part of your job, so don’t feel ashamed for not jumping into action right away. The observation period is for you to:
know more about your team
know more about the product your team is working on
establish credibility and trust
For in-depth information about what you should do in your early days, read the posts below:
This post will give you:
A standalone 1-year Agile/Scrum training plan with specific training courses to help take your team from “Completely New” to “Pro” level in 1 year.
A simple framework that you can use to assess your team’s level of Agile and Scrum knowledge and understanding.
A list of training courses to pick from depending on your team’s level of Agile knowledge to help them move to the next level.
Let’s get started.