Scrum@Scale® Practitioner

Wednesday 3 June 2020

Starts 9:00 AM

Finishes 18:00 PM


Organized by Radtac Portugal


Venue: Hotel Tryp Lisboa Aeroporto

Address: Rua C, Número 2 - Aeroporto Internacional de Lisboa
1749-125 Lisboa

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About this event

Radtac Portugal is pleased to offer Scrum@Scale Practitioner Courses in select cities. Our expert trainers lived what they coach and worked alongside Jeff Sutherland and Scrum, Inc. at Toyota and a major oil and gas company during the initial Scrum@Scale rollout.

Why Scrum@Scale from us?

The Scrum@Scale Practitioner Course from Radtac Portugal covers standard Scrum@Scale fundamentals, its scale-free architecture, and uniquely weaves in interconnected lessons from the Science of Teamwork, High-Reliability Organizing, and the Cynefin Framework. Taken together, this holistic approach provides course attendees a deeper awareness of the factors that can limit organizational agility and how to overcome them. Seats are limited. Register today!

Who should attend?

This advanced Course is ideal for those who can truly influence change in their organization. Attendees should have experience with either Operational Excellence, Scrum, Agile, Lean, or People Operations (HR).

This advanced Course is focus to Entrepreneurs, Managers, Leaders and anybody with a leadership role inside their organization with Scrum practice:

Executive (CEO)

IT Executive (CTO, CIO, COO)

IT Manager

Project Manager

Product Manager

Team Leader

Technical Leader

Agile Coach

Scrum Master

Product Owner

What you will learn?

Scrum@Scale

In this highly interactive course, you will be taught to:

Facilitate cross-team collaboration and release planning with ten,hundreds or thousands of people

Create and prioritize a transformation Backlog to overcomeimpediments to scaling

Measure and improve key Scrum metrics at an Enterprise level

Twice the work in half the time without adding new teams

The Scrum@Scale® course teaches the responsibilities of theProduct Owner, individual Scrum teams, and enterprise leadershipin a variety of large-scale contexts.

There will also be multiple opportunities for participant-driven Q&Asessions to explore Scrum@Scale in your context.

Real world case studies of the implementation of Scrum@Scale

Science of Teamwork

Identify and mitigate the factors limiting individual, team, and organizational performance

Learn the proven, known stable interfaces individuals need to come together as networks of high-performing teams, leaders, and organizations

Learn expert team planning and retrospective techniques

Foster psychological safety

Measure and improve team performance

Cynefin Framework

Apply lessons from the framework that’s redefining how forward-leaning organizations make sense and decisions in VUCA operating environments

Apply basic Complex Adaptive Systems thinking to Scrum@Scale

High-Reliability Organizing

Create a generative culture

Anticipate threats and contain errors to help create a resilient organization

THE COMPONENTS OF SCRUM@SCALE FRAMEWORK

 

MEET THE TRAINERS

Paolo Sammicheli

I’m a Business Coach, specialized in Scrum, Scrum at Scale, Kanban, Design Thinking and Lean Startup, helping European firms to uncover better ways of building products. Licensed Scrum Trainer, Certified Scrum@Scale Trainer, and Management 3.0 Facilitator.

Passion about Technology, Innovation, Mobile, Online Communities, Free Software, Events, Communication, Design, Marketing, Startups and Entrepreneurship.

I’m the author of Scrum for Hardware, the world’s first significant publication of the topic.It contains the stories of the pioneers of SCRUM for HARDWARE: from Wikispeed to the first “Global Scrum for Hardware Gathering”, the “Agile Product Charter”, and it’s divided into two parts: one contains the stories, the other one presents the method with practical examples and case studies.

The book, released under the creative commons license BY-SA, is sold worldwide on Leanpub and Amazon and includes the foreword by Joe Justice, founder of Wikispeed and inventor of eXtreme Manufacturing and it’s being endorsed twice on Tw


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