Scrum for Hardware – Train the Trainer
WHERE – The Scrum Alliance – 7401 Church Ranch Blvd. #210, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Helping people understand how to apply Scrum in hard goods product development and production can be challenging. If you’re in a situation where you think Scrum can help outside of software and you’d like to learn more about helping others see those possibilities, this class is for you.
Scrum has proven itself to be the most effective approach for tackling complex problems in a team-based environment. By far the vast majority or teams using Scrum are using it to build software. But is Scrum restricted to software? Of course not! Scrum is an agile response to complex situations that can be applied in a variety of situations. The mission of the Scrum Alliance is to “transform the world of work,“ and as our friend Joe Justice says, “wherever there are people, and there is work to be done, you can use Scrum.”
This 3-day train-the-trainer class is suitable for anyone already familiar with Scrum; you may even already have used Scrum in hardware! However, we’ve designed this class to help you show others how to apply Scrum in hardware. While no hardware development experience is necessary, attendees should already be familiar with Scrum. Managers, trainers, coaches, product owners, and team members can all benefit from this experience.
After successfully completing this class participants will have tools they can appy immediately with their teams. Participants will also have their name listed on the Scrum.Inc site as having completed this class. PMPs can self-claim 24 PDUs or Contact Hours with the PMI, and 24 SEUs towards your Scrum Alliance certifications. These PDUs can also be applied towards your 21 Contact Hour requirement for your Agile Certified Practitioner