Optimal practical reference to Scrum and other agile methods
Experience Scrum beyond the course
Scrum as a framework is relatively easy to understand. The values, principles and fundamentals are quickly communicated. However, due to existing processes, hierarchies and structures, many encounter limitations and challenges when implementing agile practices in their own company organization. In the past, we have often received feedback from our course participants, "I would have liked even more practical relevance."
Therefore, we offer a variety of different and most importantly free webinars for our course participants, supporting their learning beyond the course. Our webinars are by course participants for course participants. The motto is: We learn from each other and with each other, and often the focus is on practical experience reports.
Unfortunately, you can't become a good Scrum Master or Product Owner by attending a certification training once. The own method construction kit, the experiences and especially the exchange with other practicing Scrum Masters and Product Owners is crucial for the own success.
We already had the following exciting topics from the agile environment on offer for our course participants in 2021:
- Responsibility Process - Developing Responsibility in Others.
- A field report: Scrum Master in a distributed team with offshore parts
- Siemens: Moving Motivators
- Presentation of a Remote Scrum Simulation
- Product Backlog Refinement, How & When
- Scrum versus Kanban
- Feedback culture in self-organized teams
- Flight Levels
- Group Dynamics
- Impact Mapping
- Cynefin Framework - When are agile methods useful?
- Innovation Circle by Congstar
- Conflict Theory - Hints for Recognition & Easy Handling
- A report from practice - Agile transformation at the energy supplier EnBW
- LeSS is Scrum with more than one development team
- Collaboration Workshop at Swisscom
- Moderation tools Miro and Mural in comparison
As a rule, the webinars last one hour and can be credited for SEU's (Scrum Education Units). Thereby one hour corresponds to one SEU.
About the author
With a lot of passion, humor and joy in contact with new people Melanie Dahms takes care of DasScrumTeam customers. She helps you with all your questions about Scrum and agile methods. Melanie is the mover and shaker in the team with a strong marketing and sales focus. The focus of her way of working is: We as a team find a suitable solution for everything.
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