- Objective: Discuss the reasoning, the formation, and the problems
Scrum and its natural extension Scrum@Scale designed to solve.
1-1 Why Agile?
1-2 Three mega-issues
- Working Product
- Organizational Refactoring
1-3 What and Why?
- Dual operation system
- Waterfall does not scale
- First Scrum@Scale Prototype
- Policy resistance
Takeaway: You will learn about the concept of Scrum and why Scrum@Scale is the best way to solve your business and management problems.
- Building Strong Scrum Teams
- Objective: Emphasizes on the principals behind hyper- productive Scrum teams and their key building blocks.
2 - 1 Team-level process
- Scrum Patterns
- Scaling challenge: Inconsistent Scrum
2 – 3 case studies to discuss within the team
Takeaway: You will learn to form an efficient, productive, self-motivated, and result-oriented team that can produce high-quality products in the minimum time.
- Scale-up to multi-teams environment and the entire organization
- Objective: Preparing students to scale-up to multi-teams level Scrum.
3-1 Scaling Scrum and the Scrum Master
3-2 Cross-team Coordination
3-3 The Executive Action Team (EAT)
- Scaling challenge: bureaucracy & hierarchy
- Pattern - The Agile Practice
- Two case studies
3-4 Continuous Improvement and Impediment Removal
3-7 Metrics and Transparency
Takeaway: You will learn how to apply the agile practice at a multi-team level. Here, you will be taught the ways to effective communication and collaboration model between teams across departments and with the senior management.
- From vision to backlog: Collaborating with the business entity to form a PO organization
- Objective: Positioning business entity with Agility with the aim to deliver business results
4.1 The Product-Owner Cycle
4.2 Strategic Vision
- Decomposition and Refinement
4.4 Release Planning
Takeaway: You will learn to deliver better business results through Agility with a customer-oriented mindset that prioritizes and delivers what the customers want.