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Disciplined Agile® Scrum Master (DASM)

Implementing the Agile approach in companies has become a growing market trend today. However, many agile teams do not know exactly how they should improve the way they work. The situation is important; Every team faces a unique situation and must operate in its own unique way. If only one process is recommended for all teams, this process will not fit all teams. This course teaches participants how to improve the way their teams work.

Who should participate?

  • Anyone interested in Disciplined Agile® practices

  • Team members working in an Agile environment

  • People whose position is Scrum Master in the company

  • People whose position in the company is Product Owner

  • Stakeholders working in an Agile environment

  • People who aim to obtain the Disciplined Agile® Scrum Master (DASM) certification

  • Individuals aiming to obtain the Professional Scrum Master™ I (PSM I) certification


This course is a great addition to those who aim to obtain the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certificate, but these people will need to attend an additional course.


1- Fundamentals of Agile approach

a. Agile mentality

b. Differences between iterative activities

c. User stories


2. Fundamentals of the Lean approach

a. Principles of the Lean approach

b. Optimizing lean delivery

c. pragmatic learning

D. Understanding the team


3. Fundamentals of the Disciplined Agile® (DA™) approach

a. DA™ mentality

b. The value created by the DA™ approach

c. The eight principles of the DA™ approach and their use at appropriate times

D. DA™ life cycles and phases

to. DA™ roles within a self-organizing team

f. Determining goals using the “DA™ tool kit”


4. Selecting the operating mode

a. Organizing people into DA™ teams

b. Choosing the way the team works

How the courses are delivered: Virtual classes are conducted via the Zoom platform. The instructor sends the meeting invitation.

Lesson hours: Before the first lesson begins, the instructor meets with people enrolled in the course. Appropriate time periods are determined.

Intensity of lessons: It may be 4 hours or less per day.

Minimum number of participants: 1 person.

Pre-course meeting: Before the course starts, the instructor conducts an online meeting with each participant individually.

Spoken language in the course: It can be English or Turkish.

Course Materials: Special English documents prepared by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® are used during the course.

Post-Course Support: After the course is finished, the instructor gives personalized lessons. Additionally, the instructor assists with the application process for the certification exam. The total private lesson hours can be a maximum of 14 hours and the total duration can be a maximum of 3 months.

PDU (Professional Development Unit) Structure: Ways of Working: 7.00 hours & Power Skills: 7.00 hours & Business Acumen: 0.00 hours

14 Hours

You can contact us for detailed information about our trainings.

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