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Increasingly intense competition in fast-changing markets is forcing organizations to find better ways to develop new products and bring them to market – faster, better, cheaper. The Agile approach to product development is gaining popularity in software development, but it is based on a collection of values, principles, and practices that are universally applicable to any type of complex work.
Scrum is a simple framework that enables organizations to take the Agile approach to creating the highest value in the shortest time. Consisting of only a few roles, events, artifacts and the rules that bind them together, Scrum has given many organizations the ability to surface problems, as well as opportunities, so that they can be addressed.
Many organizations fail to generate much benefit from using Scrum because they do not understand that implementing Scrum requires a shift in organizational thinking. This course aims to be thought-provoking, to equip participants with a deep understanding of the paradigm shift necessary that accompanies successful Scrum implementations.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to articulate the following:
Participants will engage in active, experiential learning about Agile and Scrum concepts through interactive exercises, lectures, discussions, and simulations.