• Ability to speed up the process from product design to release
  • Ability to respond flexibly to customer and user requests and functional changes
  • Ability to deal with unexpected course corrections and direction changes during a project with minimal risk
In order to be more flexible to changes and to achieve early releases, a short cycle feedback group is essential. This realization is the “power that is needed now”

The current business environment is unpredictable, competitive dynamics are fluid, and uncertainty is growing.

In such environment, there is a need to respond flexibly to business changes by repeatedly making improvements in small units based on real-time needs and feedback.
And to achieve this, the number of companies introducing Agile Scrum is rapidly increasing in globally.

However, we often hear things like the following
"We use words like agile and scrum, but the reality is that we're still doing waterfall development."
"I'm not sure if what I'm doing is right or wrong."

However we often hear the following.
  • We use Agile and Scrum-like words, but in reality we are still doing waterfall development.
  • I’m not sure if what I’m practicing now is right or wrong.
Having a "Scrum Master" on the team who understands Scrum is the key to Agile Scrum success!
Learning to understand and using Agile Scrum is not particularly difficult.

I have  taught Scrum at these major global companies and educational institutions, and have  worked in over 20 countries around the world.

In Japan, I have  extensive experience in Scrum training at companies such as Toyota Motor Corporation, Rakuten Group, Toshiba Group, NTT Group, and Mercari.

Based on this experience, I am training Scrum Masters to further promote the adoption of Agile / Scrum in Japan.
  • I want to speed up the process from product design to release
  • I want to be able to respond flexibly to customer and user requests and functional changes.
  • Respond to unexpected course corrections and direction changes during a project with minimal risk.
If you are now looking to become a practice-level Scrum Master who can meet these needs in the field, let me help you a bit.

In the Certified Scrum Master Class, I will provide you with practical guidance based on my experience.
  • Questions Welcome!

    In Joe’s “Certified Scrum Master” class, he also answers various questions from the students.

    Scrum is rapidly being adopted in Japan, and we will be happy to answer questions and concerns that come from the actual works such as the following;
How long should I set the length of the sprint?
At what granularity do you recommend breaking down each product backlog?
What can you do as a Scrum Master to motivate your team members?

Joe will respond in real time with clear answers that can be applied in the fields! Participants will be able to take their ideas into the fields without hesitation, which will accelerate the growth of their teams.

  • What is the difference between Agile and Waterfall?
  • The three roles and responsibilities of Scrum
  • What are the five Scrum events?
  • How to create and manage the three Scrum increments
  • Estimate delivery time for backlog items
  • Sprint Practice
  • Continuous improvement and teamwork
  • Certified Scrum Master Exam Preparation

  • This is an online class that utilizes Zoom.

    Teams will be formed in breakout rooms, and students will be invited to participate in a workshop-style lecture.

    Students will learn through experiences by practicing Scrum in teams using a virtual board created in Miro.

  • This seminar includes all the curriculum necessary to obtain certification.

    At the end of the two-day training, all participants will have the opportunity to take the Certified Scrum Master (CSM) certification exam.

    You will be granted a certification from Scrum Alliance by passing the exam.

    The course fee includes the Scrum Alliance certification fee and the certification exam fee.

    The exam will be administered online.
    ※The test can be taken in many languages of your choice.

A two-day training that includes hands-on workshops and provides a curriculum for learning the basics of Scrum and how to operate it.
Learn about the Scrum framework and understand team roles, events and artifacts.