Instructed by Hugo Messer
Scrum is a proven development methodology to quickly respond to vision changes. It is the defacto development methodology for software companies. Scrum is now spreading beyond IT to other fields. It’s essential to adopt Scrum when everything is changing so fast.
Who can benefit ?
Anyone who wants to learn how to (better) apply scrum. Whether you're new to scrum or already use scrum within your team, this crash course will get your knowledge level up and provide you with a clear action plan on how to implement improvements.
Entrepreneurs, managers, project managers and programmers, remote team members, outsourcing managers, account managers.
Typical attendees in the past have been functional managers, team leads, analysts, architects, engineers, software developers, directors, testers and other roles that support product development. Also many people in sales join our training to learn how to sell scrum to their customers. We've had companies from production, software, marketing and a variety of other fields go through our program.
Why participate ?
Get working knowledge of the scrum methodology
Get ideas on how to improve your current scrum process
Get your lifelong Professional Scrum Master™ Certification (PSM)
Practical exercises that you bring right into practice.
Learn how to apply scrum within a remote or distributed team
Learn from other participants.
Numerous practical tips on how Scrum works and what are the pitfalls to watch out for.
This interactive workshop is full day of theory, models, exercises and lots of practical tips. Hugo believes in the power of self organization and self learning. The classroom will not be a static setup with you sitting and listening, while the trainer is showing slides. You'll work in groups to learn about scrum, to share knowledge and experiences. We will enrich the theory by doing games and exercises throughout the training.
The location and facilities
This training will take place at the training facilities of Harris hotel in Tebet:
JI. Dr. Saharjo No. 191
Tebet, Kota Jakarta Selatan,
DKI Jakarta 12960, Indonesia
For More Info and Registration
(+62 8132 1094 455 )
|( Morning ) Section 1||Scrum fundamentals, Scrum overview, The agile manifesto, Scrum versus waterfall Scrum roles, events and artifacts Additional concepts: estimates, velocity, burndown chart||-|
|Afternoon: practice scrum||1. Lego city simulation We will build a city of lego using the concepts we learned in the morning. Building something with lego is a neutral way to practice scrum applicable to both software development and other fields. We will split up in teams. The pro||-|
|Retrospective Day 1||We close the day with a group retrospective. People can indicate what they learned / loved / lacked / longed for, so we can make the experience even better on day 2.||-|
|Morning||Wrap up of scrum theory||-|
|Scrum guide presentation||We will work in teams to create a presentation about the scrum guide. Everyone gets a printout and reads the whole guide. Then within the team you discuss what you found in the guide that you A. can apply right away in your team B. recognized as an improv||-|
|Build your own scrum||In teams, we will build an overview of the scrum framework and flow. By cutting and pasting icons that are provided, each team will capture and summarize their views on scrum. Each group will present.||-|
|Agile manifesto and principles applied||In this exercise, we will study the agile manifesto and principles in groups. Each group will create an overview of how their company already works according to the principles and where they need improvement. Each team will also create an action plan and||-|
|Test exam||All participants will go through a test exam. Using the questions, you will deepen your knowledge, play with the materials and you also get prepared for a possible certification assessment.||-|
|Case study||Those who don't want to prepare for the exam, will work in groups to find case studies (online / in the room). The groups will create a presentation and share with the others.||-|
|Scrum applied to your (non IT) team||We gather in teams. If you came with your full team, that's the case you will work on. If the team has members from different companies, 1 real team situation will be chosen. The teams create a visual map of how scrum will be applied to a real project. Yo||-|
|Learning breakout||In the last part of day 2, we break out into different teams. Each team takes some of the user stories from the learning backlog created in the morning. Teams discuss the user stories and present their conclusions to the rest of the group.||-|
|Retrospective||Wrap up of the training. We'll discuss any remaining issues and discuss how everyone can make actions from what they've learned.||-|
|Certified Scrum Professional, Founder and trainer from Ekipa Indonesia|
Hugo Messer is an entrepreneur from the Netherlands. He has been building and managing software teams around the world for over 10 years. His company Bridge Global builds software from offices in India and Ukraine for customers in the EU and US. He wrote 6 books about distributed teams. Based on this experience, he believes that Scrum is the 'holy grail' to make distributed software development work. He is a Certified Scrum Professional and regularly organizes (distributed) scrum trainings as part of Ekipa Indonesia. You can read more about him on hugomesser.com and linkedin. Some videos of previous trainings are available on the Ekipa youtube channel.