13.-14. juni 2019: Scrum@Scale, Copenhagen
Scrum@Scale is a framework for scaling Scrum. It radically simplifies scaling by using Scrum to scale Scrum.
Scrum was designed for a single team to be able to work at its optimal capacity while maintaining a sustainable pace. In the field, it was found that as the number of Scrum teams within an organization grew, the output (working product) and velocity of those teams began to fall (due to issues like cross-team dependencies and duplication of work). It became obvious that a framework for effectively coordinating those teams was needed in order to achieve linear scalability. Scrum@Scale is designed to accomplish this goal via its scale-free architecture.
By utilizing a scale-free architecture, the organization is not constrained to grow in a particular way determined by a set of arbitrary rules; rather it can grow organically based on its unique needs and at a sustainable pace of change that can be accepted by the groups of individuals that make up the organization. The simplicity of the Scrum@Scale model is essential to a scale-free architecture and carefully avoids introducing extra complexity that will cause productivity per team to decrease as more teams are created.
Scrum@Scale is designed to scale across the organization as a whole: all departments, products and services. It can be applied across multiple domains in all types of organizations in industry, government, or academia.
In this short video, you can get Jeff Sutherland's (creator of Scrum and Scrum@scale) ideas behind Scrum@scale.
From Fortune 100 companies to start-ups, Scrum@Scale® transforms organizations into Agile enterprises. The Scrum@Scale framework is the brainchild of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and the founder of Scrum Inc.
Scrum@Scale naturally extends the core Scrum framework to deliver hyper-productive results across industries and disciplines, including software, hardware, services, operations, and R&D. In our 2-day course, you will learn how to apply fundamental Scrum and Lean product development skills to scale Scrum from one to many teams across any sized initiative.
Recommended Experience: A two-day Certified Scrum Master Course or comparable real world experience implementing Scrum. Completion of a two-day Certified Scrum Product Owner course is encouraged but not required.
You can read more about the thoughts behind Scrum@scale in the Scrum@Scale Guide.We recommend you read Jeff Sutherland's newest book:
The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, before attending the training.
Trainer: Jens Østergaard
Duration: 2 days, June 13-14 2019 kl. 8.30 am - 5 pm.
Location: Trifork, Borgergade 24B, 1300 København K
Hotel recommended: Wake Up Copenhagen in Borgergade. 3 minuts walk from training location.
Price: . Early bird discount: 10.000 kr + tax before May 1. fter that 12.800 Dkr. + Danish tax 25%. Total: Dkr 16.000
Terms and conditions can be found here here.