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Professional Scrum Foundations (PSF)  is a 2-day class that delivers the foundational knowledge needed to be successful with Scrum, the most popular agile software development framework. The Scrum.org designed class is highly practical, with a combination of instruction and team-based exercises, where students experience how the Scrum framework improves product development efforts through building “done” software.

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Professional Scrum Master (PSM) is a 2-day course that covers the principles and (empirical) process theory underpinning the Scrum framework, the Scrum process and the role of the Scrum Master.

Professional Scrum Master is THE cutting-edge course for effective Scrum Masters and anyone supporting a software development team’s efficiency and effectiveness.

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Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) course teaches people how to maximize the delivery of value through software products and systems. Agile Product Ownership today requires more than knowledge of how to write a User Story or manage a Product Backlog. Professional Product Owners need to have a concrete understanding of everything that drives value from their products. 

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Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) is a 2-day course that teaches Scrum practitioners how to apply Kanban practices to their work. Through theory, case studies, and hands-on exercises, participants will understand the importance of transparency and flow as it pertains to the Scrum framework.

In this class, students will learn how Scrum Teams can introduce additional practices from Kanban while continuing the way they are already working today with Scrum, all without changing Scrum.

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Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II) is an advanced course helping students to understand the stances that characterize an effective Scrum Master and servant-leader while diving deep into how they serve the Scrum Team, Product Owner and organization. The class then teaches students about related practices and skills to enable them to have the right types of conversations and how to apply them to become better Scrum Masters.

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Scrum.org Professional Agile Leadership Essentials (PAL-E) is a 2 day training that provides a foundation for the role that leaders play in creating the conditions for a successful Agile transformation. The training is a unique mix of theory & practice, optimized for the best learning experience.

Leaders and managers are critical enablers in helping their organizations be successful, yet the role of leaders and managers in an Agile organization can be quite different from what they are used to.

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This 2-day hands-on course where students with some Scrum experience will learn how to integrate modern UX practices, (UX is more than UI) into the way they are working in Scrum and how to work most effectively within Scrum Teams.

Design work can sometimes feel slow, and not well suited to quick agile cadences and Scrum events, but that isn’t the case. Learn UX techniques that fit beautifully into Scrum, and practice these techniques with cross-functional teams in class.

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Scrum.org Scaled Professional Scrum™ (SPS) with Nexus™ is a 2-day course that is designed as an experiential workshop where students learn how to scale Scrum using the Nexus Framework. Throughout, you are introduced to the artifacts and events within the framework, the new Nexus Integration Team role, along with more than 50 associated practices.

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The ALIP education is designed around four specific modules that builds upon each other with hands-on exercises and teamwork that supports the continuous learning experience.

Your role as an Agile Leader will be framed. The core is servant leadership.

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Professional Agile Coach (PAC) will give you the competences and techniques, that is needed to perform as an Agile Coach or Scrum Master in a professional context. This is a natural next step after your Professional Scrum Master class.

To be an Agile Coach is a complicated role, that requires broad and deep knowledge and precise feedback on how and where to improve.

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LeSS is a scaled up version of one-team Scrum. LeSS address the question of how teams can “scrum together” in building the product and how leaders can design such an organization. It is based on Scrum principles such as empiricism, customer focus, systems thinking, queueing theory, and self-managed cross-functional teams.

And to maintain the simplicity and elegance of Scrum, LeSS is a “barely sufficient” and “intentionally incomplete”.

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General introduction of Scrum and Agile for a new team, a department or for people working with a Scrum team. How to start with Scrum and understand the basic principles and elements in Scrum and Agile.

For participants without longer practical experience with Scrum and Agile.

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