Scrum@Scale is the scaling framework created by the inventor of Scrum, Jeff Sutherland. From Fortune 100 companies to start-ups, Scrum@Scale® transforms organizations into Agile enterprises. Scrum@Scale naturally extends the core Scrum framework to deliver hyper-productive results across industries and disciplines. This includes software, hardware, services, operations, and R&D.
This two-day course qualifies students to take the Certified Scrum@Scale Practitioner (CS@SP) exam and become Certified Scrum@Scale Practitioners. The class provides an overview of how to implement Scrum with thousands of teams. You’ll learn the principles to efficiently transform your organization to minimize decision delay and to reduce waste. This course also allows you to assess the Scrum maturity level of your organization during the two-day class and leave with a plan on how to make the necessary changes to scale Scrum. You will leave with a heat map, impact map, and material to help you scale and refactor your organization.
Who should attend
This course is geared toward scrum masters, product owners, executives, or anyone with knowledge of Scrum and looking to scale their Scrum implementation across the organization.
The Scrum@Scale® course teaches the responsibilities of the Scrum roles and events at scale and enterprise leadership in a variety of large-scale implementations.
The course covers:
S@S What & Why
The Scrum Master Cycle
Team Level Process
Scaling & The Scrum Master
Executive Action Team
The Agile Practice
Cross Team Coordination
The Second Scaled Scrum
Scaled Daily Scrum
Product Owner Cycle
Scaling the PO
Agile Organization Design
Product Backlog Refinement
Metrics & Transparency
Where Do I Start?
Learn Distributed Scrum
Are you or your organization challenged by globally distributed teams? No need to worry, our instructors are experts in distributed Scrum collaboration. In addition to Scaling Scrum, our students will also learn the principles for effective collaboration in distributed Scrum environments. This is an interactive class with lectures, exercises, demonstrations, facilitated discussions, and games to illustrate the principles being taught and to maximize your understanding. Students will interact using the same tools and skills necessary for effective distributed Scrum collaboration. These include:
Maximizing the use of online conferencing platforms to improve collaboration
Online estimating using various mediums
Using digital Agile project management platforms
Collaborating with online communication platforms
Group planning using digital whiteboards.
Gain Access to Your Own Learning and Coaching Community
You will be able to connect with your fellow students and instructors after class via classroom team channels. These channels help to build a community of Distributed Agile practitioners that lives long after the class session.
SEUs and PDUs
You’ll be able to claim 14 Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs) and 16 Scrum Educational Units (SEUs) with the Scrum Alliance after completing this course.