High-Performance Teams with Scrum and Kanban

Would you like your teams to become more productive by mastering both Scrum and Kanban? This two day course will show you how to become proficient in both.
2 day course
Supporting material
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Face to face, interactive classroom training run from our global training centres.
Virtual Classroom
A convenient and interactive learning experience, that enables you to attend on of our courses from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you can log on. We offer Virtual Classroom on selected live classroom courses where this will appear as an option under the location drop down if available. These can also be booked as Private Virtual Classrooms for exclusive business sessions.
A private training session for your team. Groups can be of any size, at a location of your choice including our training centres.

Scrum and Kanban are not competing with each other. They become powerful allies when combined together since they are solving different problems.

Run by Ricardo Tome, a passionate Agile practitioner, this two day course is a perfect starting point for your teams to fully understand the Scrum and Kanban related practices. We’ll show you how a mature Agile team can master both Scrum and Kanban.

The course is a mix of short talks, videos and a lot of exercises. We'll discuss how Scrum gives you the discipline and Kanban gives you the transparency and visibility.

Our High-Performance Teams with Scrum and Kanban course is available at our training centre in The Shard, London and will be run over two consecutive days. We also offer private training at a location of your choice or via Virtual Classroom.

Course overview
Who should attend:
Whether you’re a manager, product owner, business analyst, software engineer, agile coach or scrum master, if you’re looking to get to grips with Scrum and Kanban to increase teams performance, then this two day course is for you.
Walk away with the ability to:
  • Implement the right Agile cadence for your teams
  • Explain Scrum roles and responsibilities
  • Effectively manage your work by creating Kanban systems
  • Properly measuring success from both process efficiency and business effectiveness
  • Increase the predictability of your deliveries
Course agenda
On day one we'll cover:
Introduction to Agile
  • What it really is
  • Why to embrace it
  • Pillars
  • Artifacts
  • Events
  • Roles
  • Scrum Puzzle
  • Scrum with lego
On two one we'll cover:
  • Principles
  • Practices
  • Create Kanban systems
  • Kanban game (board game)
Additional techniques
  • Agile cadences
  • Measuring success with outcomes
  • Writing requirements
  • Estimation
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