Accelerating Scrum with Patterns
Taught by James O. Coplien
January 16, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan
Fix it! If your Scrum isn’t what it should be, come in for a tune-up. Kaizen!
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Nomura Conference Plaza Nihonbashi
About the course
Scrum is easy to describe but hard to do: you’ve heard that a million times. And you’ve read your favorite am-I-doing-Scrum-properly checklist and believe it gives you an easy path to making your Scrum work. However, most Scrum failures have reasons that are not always obvious – and after you’re dead, you won’t even know what got you. Scrum comprises over 50 organizational patterns, each one of which is crucial to a successful software Scrum implementation. Patterns can help you find and fix these problems – sign up for this one-day course and learn how.
This course till teach you how to use organizational patterns to improve your Scrum implementation. Each organizational patterns is a small, local approach to strengthening your Scrum. Patterns capture solutions to similar problems seen in other organizations, and because they are incremental and empirical, they can help you with your Agile process improvement.
The course is based on the critically acclaimed Organizational Patterns book and will be given in English.
The patterns we present in this course have all been through the extensive reviewing process of the Pattern Community (PLoP) to ensure that the solutions are broadly reproducible. Furthermore, each pattern has been scrutinized by some of the leading Scrum people in the world.
We have divided Organizational Patterns into 3 categories:
At the end of the course you will know how to use patterns to find and improve the weak spots in your Scrum implementation.
Participants need to have an understanding of Scrum.
Leaders, Managers, Project leaders, Scrum Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Senior Developers, Lead Developers