Agile product development with SCRUM


We have been using the widely used Scrum framework to develop products and concepts very efficiently for over 25 years. It can be used in all areas and shows its strengths particularly well in an agile environment. Thanks to its lean and uncomplicated structure, Scrum is very clear, quick to learn and can therefore be put into practice quickly. A significant difference to the classic methods and frameworks is that it deals flexibly with changes in circumstances and requirements and even welcomes them.


This course is based on the official Scrum Guide from the initiators of Scrum. The training prepares you for certification with With the knowledge acquired in the training, the following exams can be performed:

  • Professional Scrum Master (PSM I)
  • Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I)
  • Professional Scrum Developer (PSD I)


The examination language is English. You can book the exam on and plan it individually. The exam fees are $200 each.


This course teaches the basics of the Scrum framework.The roles of "Product Owner", "Scrum Master" and "Developer" are covered in detail. Intensive preparation for the official exams is also emphasised in the training. After the training, you will be able to use the framework in your daily work and fulfil the roles provided by the Scrum framework.

Target audience

Interessierte, die in einem agilen Umfeld strukturiert und effizient Produkte und Konzepte entwickeln möchten.


  • 3 contiguous days on site or online
  • 3 days within 3 weeks online Die Zeit für die Prüfungen ist hierbei nicht berücksichtigt.


  • None
  • Project experience is an advantage.
  • The Scrum Guide is read by the participants in advance.

Teaching material & media support

  • Scrum Guide
  • Preliminary information
  • Set of slides in German or English
  • Prepared Miro Board (mainly used for online training)
  • Kahoot quizzes
  • Film sequences
  • Exam simulation
  • Magneto game
  • Kanban board for practical exercises
  • Lego game (only in the «on site» version)
  • Exercise sheets including a case study
  • Bibliography & references



  1. We introduce ourselves
  2. Profile of this seminar
  3. Comparison of training and certification programs

A. Scrum Essentials

  1. Agility and Scrum
  2. The Scrum Team
  3. The Artifacts & Commitments of Scrum
  4. The Events of Scrum
  5. The interplay of its elements

B. Tools & Techniques

  1. Adequate use of tools
  2. Optimize with Kanban and create transparency
  3. Backlog items on story cards
  4. The metrics Velocity & Capacity
  5. Simple tracking with charts
  6. The Scrum Board

C. Scaling Scrum

  1. Typical scenarios
  2. Established frameworks and methods

D. The Scrum Master

  1. Understanding the role of the Scrum Master
  2. Team building & development
  3. Conflict Management
  4. Impediment Management
  5. Best Practices for Sprint Planning
  6. Best Practices for the Sprint Retrospective

E. The Product Owner

  1. Understanding the role of the Product Owner
  2. Product Vision & Product Goal
  3. Product Backlog Management
  4. The «Definition of Ready»
  5. Innovation Management
  6. Developing products systematically

F. The Developers

  1. Understanding the role of the Developers
  2. Optimizing of the Backlog Items
  3. Estimating of the Backlog Items
  4. Best Practices Daily Scrum
  5. The «Definition of Done»
  6. Best Practices for development, testing & documentation
  7. Stress management and wellbeing

G. Exam preparation

  1. General information about the exams
  2. Concrete preparation for the exams
  3. Registration for the exams