At a Glance
In this one hour workshop you will receive an overview of what SCRUM is and how it can radically improve the management and success of projects in both small to large organisations.
Scrum is an agile way to manage a project, usually software development. Agile software development with Scrum is often perceived as a methodology; but rather than viewing Scrum as methodology, think of it as a framework for managing a process.
What You Will Get
- An overview of the entire SCRUM development process
- An introduction to the agile manifesto and principles
- An appreciation for how agile project management differs from and improves on traditional, waterfall methods
- An overview of SCRUM team and roles
- An appreciation for communication methods within teams using SCRUM
- An overview of the pre-game, game and post-game phases of SCRUM
- An overview of the six different types of meeting that SCRUM teams hold in order to successfully deliver working and effective product
- An overview of capturing user stories or features using different tools, capturing priorities in product and sprint backlogs
Who Should Take This Workshop?
This workshop is developed for any professional who has an interest in Agile projects.
This includes business customers, users or partners, product owners and team members.
Professionals interested in moving to Agile, including: project managers, project leads, project sponsors, IT manager/directors business analysts and developers/programmers would also benefit from this crash course in Agile.
Where To From Here?
- SCRUM Bootcamp
What To Bring
- Pad and pen
- The right side of your brain
- Anything from suits and ties to jeans and Chuck Taylors! Innovation isn't dependent on dresscode.
- Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9996 1257 to enquire about group bookings.
- Our workshops and classes can take place both on campus, on-site at your organisation as well as third party sites and events such as conferences.
About The Instructor
Steve Glaveski is a certified Agile practitioner and spent time working at both Macquarie Bank and Ernst & Young, where he consulted for numerous ASX50 and NASDAQ listed clients, before embarking upon his own entrepreneurial journey. He used lean startup principles to validate assumptions underlying his first startup, Hotdesk, which lead to a successful fundraising round, before growing the office sharing platform to almost 1,000 locations across AsiaPac.
He has since gone on to advise other early stage tech-startups and is a co-founder of Collective Campus, sighting an archaic mentality of "the way things have always been done around here" as a key motivator for wanting to get into the space. Steve is also a regular innovation blogger, having written for Venture Beat, Startup Daily and Shareable in addition to independent publishing on LinkedIn.
When not immersing himself in all things business and innovation, Steve can be found hitting weights in the gym, cycling down Beach Road, catching a live band on AC/DC Lane or enjoying some smashed avocado on toast at one of Melbourne's many famous inner city cafes.
- Pad and pen
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