Scrum With Kanban Experience Workshop

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Course Overview

This course is a one-day simulation of Scrum.  However, a discourse on how Lean-Product Development flow can help Scrum, particularly by implementing some of Kanban's practices, is included.  This is because it is finally becoming accepted that Scrum, regardless of its history, is an implicit implementation of Lean-flow.  Understanding why enables Scrum teams to both work better and to incorporate Kanban practices into their Scrum practices when appropriate.  In other words, this is a great course to both learn Scrum and learn how to extend it.

This day provides you a thorough experience of Scrum via simulation.   It is not a game where you follow Scrum's practices doing something other than software.  It is a simulation of a building software so that you can discuss the issues of software development, experiment with different methods and see what happens.  Participants will not only learn Scrum, but how to accelerate and extend it.

Course Objectives: 
  • Learn basic Scrum practices
  • Understand why limiting work in progress is important
  • Understand why work must be organized with the release plan in mind
  • Understand how acceptance test-driven development helps flow
  • Understand how Kanban practices can be incorporated into Scrum to improve it
  • Learn how to create a Scrum board and have it reflect your work methods
  • Have an experience of Scrum


Target Audience:

Primary Audience: 

Developers, testers, product owners, product managers, Scrummasters, project managers

All the Details

Category: Scrum and Kanban

Level: Foundational

Length: 1 Day

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Certification and PDUs
7 PDUs Category B
Maximum Number in Class
48 (Approximate. Depends upon make up and experience level of team.)
Room Setup and Equipment Needed

Square or round tables set up as pods of 6 attendees each.