Free Workshop: Introduction to Scrum & Empiricism

This is the second in our complimentary workshop series where we explore some of the basics around agility, Scrum, and Kanban. The Skill level here is a beginner and I will be facilitating it with Liberating Structures. It will be delivered in Microsoft Teams and Mural as a live interactive experience as well as being streamed live for those that just want to watch!

Whether you are a voyeur or a participant it will be a lot of fun and I hope to see you there…

Note: You can watch live on Youtube, LinkedIn, or Facebook 🙂 and I would love for you to join in in person.

Introduction to Scrum & Empiricism

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When: 19 Aug, 2021 | 16:00-17:30
Typical Duration: 90 Minutes
Skill Level: Introductory

This workshop will introduce the Scrum Framework, dispel myths, and bring the core purpose of the Scrum Events, rather than the mechanics to the forefront.

  • The Scrum Framework
  • Empiricism
  • What now?

Who is it for?

Anyone interested in using Scrum or finding out more about Scrum.

Past Sessions:

Upcoming Training Opportunities

These are the next five classes we have, and you can check out our full public schedule of classes.

Live virtual Professional Scrum with UX online on 5th December over four half-days
Virtual Advanced 5
5 - 8 Dec, 2022
09:30-13:00 GMT
Live Virtual Applying Professional Scrum Minecraft on  12th December 2022
Virtual Beginner 12
12 - 15 Dec, 2022
14:00-17:30 GMT

We can deliver any of our courses as private in-house training over Microsoft Teams & Mural. We also recommend training based on your accountabilities or role, you can go directly to recommended courses for Scrum MastersProduct OwnersDevelopers and Agile Leaders.

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