SAFe® Scrum Master Orientation

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SAFe® Scrum Master Orientation

Scrum Mastering in the Enterprise with the Scaled Agile Framework®

About the Course

In this one day course you will learn the critical skills required to create high performance teams.

SAFe Scrum Master Orientation can be delivered as part of an SAFe ART or independently to Scrum Masters who wish to build their skills in an enterprise context.

This pack enables you to:
  • Learn how to build high performance teams, and the concepts of forming, storming, norming and performing.
  • Learn how to be a Scrum Master and serve your high performance team.
  • Absorb the basic concepts of a Scrum Master, including the Scrum Master as a Servant Leader and how to coach your team.
  • Form your team with insights on team structure, team purpose, and how Scrum ceremonies foster collaboration.
  • Avoid roadblocks by learning the five dysfunctions of a team.

What You Get


  • Course PowerPoint Slides
  • PDF Workbooks

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Your trainer

Chris Verlinden has been one of the agile pioneers in Belgium, running major XP projects as soon as 2004. He is one of the founders of ADJUGO and its present CEO. Chris is Certified SAFe Program Consultant.

"I have always wanted to see a solution for letting larger companies enjoy the benefits of agile working. I believe the SAFe framework provides such a solution and I am quite enthousiastic about the possibilities the SAFe framework provides for scaling agile.

Not just for large organisations, though. Medium sized organisations can still learn a lot from the SAFe approach..."


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Hoogstraat 32 bus 5
9260 Schellebelle
+32 (0)474 891 705


From 27/10/2015 10:00
To 27/10/2015 18:00


+32 (0)474 891 705

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