AGLX is pleased to offer Scrum@Scale Practitioner open courses in select cities throughout the year. Check back for our 2020 course calendar or contact us about an on-site Scrum@Scale Practitioner course for your organization.
Why Scrum@Scale from AGLX?
The Scrum@Scale Practitioner Course from AGLX 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.
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).
Attendees Will Learn How To:
Apply the fundamental Scrum and Lean product development skills to scale Scrum from one to many teams
Create and prioritize a transformation backlog
Measure and improve key Scrum metrics at an enterprise level
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
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
Create a generative culture
Anticipate threats and contain errors to help create a resilient organization
Certifications, SEUs, and PDUs
Upon completion of this course and the official Scrum@Scale exam, Scrum Inc. will provide a Certified Scrum@Scale™ Practitioner certificate signed by the creator of Scrum. The Scrum Alliance has also approved Scrum@Scale as a Continuing Education course. You can get up to 16 Category B Scrum Education Units (SEUs) in addition to 16 Project Management Institute PDUs by participating in our two-day course.
Brian "Ponch" Rivera
Brian “Ponch” Rivera was on the initial Scrum@Scale roll-out at Toyota and a major oil and gas services company. Many of the Scrum@Scale case studies involve his work. Ponch has been a keynote speaker at several global Agile conferences and works with top Agile coaches on how to build high-performing teams using the Science of Teamwork.
Hugo is the founder of eXperience Agile & DevOps Forum Conference. He is a qualified Trainer for Scrum@Scale, DevOps, SAFe, LeanKanban, High-Performance Teaming™, Agile Business Analysis, Agile Project Management, Cynefin, System Thinking, and Lego Serious Play. A former Portuguese Marine, Hugo has credible leadership and teaming experience from unusual contexts.
Robert “Cujo” Teschner
Robert “Cujo” Teschner was the subject matter expert on debriefing for the Air Force’s Fighter Weapon School (TOPGUN) and a F-22 squadron commander. He is the author of “Debrief to Win” and the creator of the Debrief-Focused Approach™. Cujo is a frequent Vistage Keynote Speaker and specializes in executive coaching.
CEO, RX Entertainment and Former CEO, Scrum Alliance
"Finally! A team-of-teams approach delivered by an expert team — those who've actually lived it.”