Here are some simple steps you can take from the comfort of wherever you might be to strengthen your Scrum Fundamentals.

Initial Self-Assessment

Assess where you are right now by taking the Scrum Scrum Open Assessment & Product Owner Open Assessment . Start visualizing your scores on a trend line. Categorize all your wrong answers into one of these…

Scrum Elements

Now go through the resources by being intentional about paying attention to details related to the questions you got wrong.

1. A “Scrum-patible” Mental Model – Read this blog to understand the mental model or mindset needed to effectively apply Scrum –

How Scrum-patible Is Your Mental Model? 10 Statements To Get A Reaction…

2. Agile Fundamentals: Get a quick overview of Agile fundamentals by reviewing these resources…

3. Scrum Guide: Please read Scrum Guide thoroughly. Repeat the self-assessment and update the trend line with your scores and the categorized list of questions you got wrong.

4. Scrum Videos: Watch these free videos on Scrum Fundamentals…

Repeat the self-assessment and update the trend line with your scores and the categorized list of questions you got wrong. Use the list to pay closer attention to relevant topics as you go further through the list of resources.

5. Scrum Glossaries: Familiarize yourself with terms in the Scrum Glossary & the Professional Scrum Developer Glossary

6. What Is Scrum: Read this page to get more resources on What is Scrum

7. Scrum Guide Changes: Watch these videos to better understand not only “how” the Scrum Guide has evolved over the years, but more importantly – “why”

8. PSM-1 Assessment: Read the blog 80 Shades Of Grey – Top 10 Tips To Navigate The Ambiguities Of Scrum & Prepare For The Scrum.Org Psm-1 Assessment

Repeat the self-assessment and update the trend line with your scores and the categorized list of questions you got wrong. Use the list to pay closer attention to relevant topics as you go further through the list of resources.

9. Scrum Book: Please read the book Agile Project Management with Scrum By Ken Schwaber

10. Please test your readiness by taking the Scrum Open Assessment & Product Owner Open Assessment until you score 100% consistently. Once you achieve this goal, it might be time to take a calculated risk and attempt the PSM-1 Assessment.