Two new courses from Cambridge Network, focused on the key roles involved in making organisations more agile through Scrum, kick off this autumn.
Scrum training helps business to be more agile
With uncertain times meaning fewer investment opportunities, it's never been more important for businesses to maximise value and develop the capacity to adapt to change. A sound Scrum approach – using a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex projects – enhances an organisation's abilities in both aspects.
Each set of training takes place online over the course of four half-days (9am to 1pm) next month:
The Professional Scrum Master course (9 to 12 November) teaches what is at the heart of the Scrum and Agile movement. It covers the principles and (empirical) process theory underpinning the Scrum framework, and the role of the Scrum Master in it.
This course is a combination of instruction and team-based exercises, aimed at Scrum Masters and anyone coaching a team toward increased efficiency and effectiveness. The course includes advanced thinking for servant-leadership and behavioural shifts.
Being a Professional Scrum Product Owner (23 to 26 November) encompasses more than writing requirements or managing a Product Backlog. Product Owners need to have a concrete understanding of all product management aspects, including but not limited to product ownership, that drives value from their products.
The course is for Product Owners, Agile product managers and anyone responsible for a product’s success in the market. Delegates will develop and solidify their knowledge of being a Product Owner through instruction and team-based exercises.
On conclusion of both courses, each attendee will receive a key to take professional certification from Scrum.org.
Find out more from Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration and book your place:
Cambridge Network is a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK. We bring people together - from business and academia - to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration and partnership for shared success.