Upon completion of the course, the student will have sufficient understanding of Scrum Level to conduct agility improvement and evaluation processes in companies.
The course starts with a general review of agile management and the key concepts to understand the implications of agility for companies: cultural paradigms and the differentiated examination of organizations' cultural and operative dimensions.
The course elaborates on each one of these dimensions, explaining the practices and values that shape the pattern of the organization's own agile personality.
Ultimately, the student will be able to identify and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a company's agility, in a structured and objective manner.
To leverage and understand the full content of this course, it's recommended to have completed the Scrum Manager course in advance.
- Predictive and progressive project management.
- Cultural paradigms in organizations.
- SCRUM LEVEL SCOPE
- Dimensions of the organization.
- Principles and values of agility.
- Technical agility: principles and practices.
- Organizative agility: values.
- Managerial support.
AGILITY MODELS AND REFERENCE FRAMEWORKS.
Proposals for technical agility scalability.
Proposals for organizative agility scalability.
AGILITY EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT.
- Evaluation of agility in its operative dimension.
Evaluation of agility in its organizative dimension.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SCRUM LEVEL FRAMEWORK.
Course and certification exam.
ONLINE TRAINING COURSE FOR THE CERTIFICATION EXAM.
Available at Scrum Manager's Open Knowledge platform: "Scrum Level: Course for the evaluation and improvement of agility."
SCRUM LEVEL CONSULTANT CERTIFICATION EXAM.
At any Scrum Manager examination Centre.
In order to sit the exam it's necessary to have the Scrum Manager certification or accreditation, with at least 75 APs.(1)
Information for on-site group courses and in-company courses: