Extended Education

Secrets of Scrum: Exploring the Scrum Patterns


Gertrud & Cope


  • Course

    Date: 5 September, 2014
    Location: Helsingør, Denmark

    Regular Price: 2500 Dkk plus VAT
    Early Price: 2000 Dkk plus VAT expires 1 August, 2014

    These secrets aren’t far beneath the surface of Scrum but, unfortunately, some teams never get to them. Scrum community experts have been collecting these patterns for years, and even the inventor of Scrum, Jeff Sutherland, now uses them as a central part of his training and of describing Scrum. Now they’re freely available to you. Come and learn how to use them and what they mean to your organisation!

    Why do some organizations succeed with Scrum – while many fail?

    There are some core patterns that successful Scrum teams have — and you cannot read about them in the Scrum Guide or Agile Atlas. The Scrum patterns are your way to Kaizen (continuous improvement). We want you to be able to tell a story of your own Scrum team that goes like this — exemplary of five of the most important patterns of successful Scrum teams:

    In our Stable Team we have a Definition of Ready. It gives us Enabling Specifications for our Product Backlog Items before we enter a Sprint. During the Sprint we perform our tasks by Swarming while our ScrumMaster ensures Illegitimus non Interruptus. Most of our Sprint Goals are based on the Happiness Metric.

  • Details

    Date: 5 September, 2014
    Location: Helsingør, Denmark

    Allegade 2
    Helsingør, 3000 Denmark

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    Regular Price: 2500 Dkk plus VAT
    Early Price: 2000 Dkk plus VAT expires 1 August, 2014


    This is our Efterårsseminar — one in a cyclic series of four events that we run for fun and enrichment in a beautiful setting across from Kronborg Castle in Helsingør. Lunch and coffee are included in the price — as is a social event afterwards, which will be either a tour of the Søfartsmuseum at Kulturværftet, or of Kronborg Castle.

  • Who Should Attend

    Anyone who has started using Scrum to build a product and who wants to find ways to advance the team. Our experience shows that there's as much in here to challenge advanced teams as beginners, and there's something for every role in the organisation: Product Owners, managers, and developers, but especially ScrumMasters — who are accountable for process improvement.