A course ideal for future Scrum Teams and Scrum members with no or little experience with Scrum. It teaches how to deliver quality products using the Scrum framework. Participants work in Scrum Teams over a series of Sprints. They learn Scrum and in parallel experience it facing challenges and complex problems.
The course is for Scrum practitioners involved in a Large Scale Scrum effort. It is a brief introduction to the LeSS framework and the essential concepts that it uses. LeSS builds on top of the Scrum principles such as empiricism, cross-functional self-managing teams and provides a framework for applying that at scale.
A worldwide bestseller designed for Scrum Masters, Scrum practitioners, and managers of Scrum teams. The course combines instruction, facilitated exercises, and case studies. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the underlying principles of Scrum and Agile.
An advanced class created to support Scrum Masters in their professional journey. This course is full of practical tools and facilitated exercises looking at the challenges that Scrum Masters face in their work with an organisation, a Product Owner, and Scrum Team.
Training for anyone accountable for a product’s success on the market, best for Product Owners and Product Managers. The course shows how to maximize the value of products and systems. Develops and solidifies knowledge of being a Product Owner through instruction and team-based exercises.
An advanced class for experienced Product Owners and Product Managers. The course broadens their competencies in Agile product management and helps build better relationships with stakeholders. This course is an interactive, experiential workshop where participants explore topics through a series of exercises and discussions.
Advanced training for teams working with Scrum and wanting to integrate it with user experience research and user experience design practices. The course focuses on bridging the gap between Scrum and Lean UX methods to help to design and develop products with a close partnership with its end-users.
Advanced training for managers and coaches of Scrum teams who want to learn how to scale up working with Scrum. The course introduces the Nexus framework, provides several patterns for successful scaling beyond a single team, and over 50 practices to reduce dependencies and complexity at scale.
Impact Mapping is a powerful technique linking a business case, users’ needs, and scope. It helps to manage stakeholders and motivate teams by providing clarity on why and what is delivered. Our master class shows how to use Impact Mapping in practice and discusses typical applications of the technique in real-life cases.
Training for managers and team members who want to design a Kanban system (or improve an existing one) for optimal flow and faster delivery. The course includes learning the fundamentals of the Kanban Method, experiencing Kanban with a simulation game, and hands-on exercises to design a Kanban system.
Advanced training for Kanban teams and their managers with prior experience in Kanban. The course demonstrates how to improve existing Kanban systems and shows how to operate at scale using a simulation game and several examples of practical applications.
This course is a combination of instruction and hands-on exercises to help managers and other leaders who work directly with Agile teams understand how to best support, guide, and coach their teams to improve their Agile capabilities. The course provides the foundation for the role that leaders play in creating the conditions for a successful Agile transformation.
Objectives and Key Results (OKR) is a popular goal-setting system and a simple approach to create alignment and engagement around measurable and ambitious goals. Our master class is a deep dive session into OKR and its practical applications.
Lean Startup is a framework for growing businesses and products in uncertain and risky environments. Despite its simplicity, it touches multiple aspects of product management. Meirik’s master class provides a deep overview of the Lean Startup and practical guidance on its implementation