Scrum@Scale Launchpad

Scrum@Scale Launchpad

Dive into CAVU’s Scrum Bootcamp, an immersive, hands-on course that equips participants with Scrum Mastery and Product Ownership skills through expert instruction and a best-in-breed social learning platform for an unparalleled learning experience.

$99.00

Course Description

Unlock the full potential of Scrum at an enterprise level with our Scrum@Scale Launchpad course. This comprehensive on-demand course is designed to equip professionals across all levels with a deep understanding of the core principles and practical application of Scrum@Scale. Explore how to effectively implement this agile framework within large teams and complex projects for optimized performance, collaboration, and scalability.

Course Outline

  1. Scrum@Scale Basics: Understand the fundamentals of scaling Scrum in larger organizations.
  2. Organizational Refactoring: Learn how to restructure organizations for optimal Scrum@Scale implementation.
  3. Scaling Multiple Teams: Discover techniques for effectively coordinating multiple Scrum teams.
  4. Leadership: Gain insights into the role of leadership in driving Scrum@Scale success.
  5. The Product Owner Cycle: Explore the Product Owner’s responsibilities within the Scrum@Scale framework.
  6. Executive MetaScrum: Delve into strategic vision, backlog prioritization, and high-level decision-making.
  7. The Scrum Master Cycle: Examine the Scrum Master’s role in cross-team coordination, delivery, and continuous improvement.
  8. Connecting the Two: Learn how to align the Product Owner and Scrum Master cycles for maximum effectiveness.
  9. Feedback, Metrics, and Transparency: Understand the importance of feedback, data-driven decision-making, and maintaining transparency.

Duration: 4 hours

Outcomes: Upon completing this course, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of how to effectively use Scrum in larger organizations, driving improved performance and collaboration at scale.

Course Objectives

The primary aim of this course is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully understand and implement the Scrum@Scale framework within their organizations. By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Comprehend the fundamentals of Scrum@Scale and its importance in scaling Scrum across large teams and complex projects.
  2. Understand the role of organizational refactoring in optimizing Scrum@Scale implementation.
  3. Coordinate and manage multiple Scrum teams for improved performance and collaboration.
  4. Recognize the significance of leadership in driving the success of Scrum@Scale.
  5. Apply the principles of both the Product Owner and Scrum Master cycles within the Scrum@Scale framework.
  6. Utilize feedback, metrics, and transparency for effective decision-making and continuous improvement.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Scrum@Scale
    • Fundamentals of Scrum@Scale
    • Importance in larger organizations
  2. Organizational Refactoring
    • Restructuring for Scrum@Scale
    • Overcoming challenges
  3. Scaling Multiple Teams
    • Coordinating multiple Scrum teams
    • Handling dependencies and communication
  4. Leadership in Scrum@Scale
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Fostering a supportive environment
  5. The Product Owner Cycle
    • Executive MetaScrum
    • Strategic vision and backlog prioritization
  6. The Scrum Master Cycle
    • Executive Action Team
    • Cross-team coordination and delivery
  7. Connecting the Two Cycles
    • Aligning the Product Owner and Scrum Master cycles
    • Ensuring smooth collaboration
  8. Feedback, Metrics, and Transparency
    • Importance of feedback loops
    • Data-driven decision-making
    • Maintaining transparency in Scrum@Scale

By focusing on these key objectives and topics, the course will empower participants to effectively implement Scrum@Scale in their organizations, ultimately leading to improved performance and collaboration at scale.

Course Structure

Content Duration

4 hours of on-demand, interactive activities.

Introduction

  • The 4 Mega issues of Scrum@Scale
  • Team Level Scrum
  • Multiple Teams
  • Product Owner Team
  • Scrum of Scrums
  • Leadership
  • The Loops

The Scrum Master Cycle

  • The Executive Action Team
    • Executive Action Team
    • Goals of the EAT
    • Who’s on the Executive Action Team?
  • Continuous Improvement
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Goals
    • Impediment Template
    • Impediment Activity
  • Cross-Team Coordination
    • Cross-Team Coordination Goals
  • Delivery
    • Delivery
    • Delivery Goals
  • Definition of Done
    • Definition of Done

The Product Owner Cycle

  • The Executive MetaScrum
    • EMS Goals
    • Uniform Definition of Done
  • Strategic Vision
    • Strategic Vision Goals
  • Backlog Prioritization
    • Backlog Prioritization Goals
    • See it in Action
    • Sources of Business Value
    • Methods of Determining Value
  • Backlog Refinement
    • Backlog Refinement
    • Backlog Refinement Goals
  • Release Planning
    • Release Planning Goals
    • Release Planning Meetings

Connecting the Two Cycles

  • Connecting Feedback and Metrics
  • Feedback
    • Feedback
    • Goals
  • Metrics Goals
    • Metrics
    • Metrics & Transparency Goals
  • Metrics Lenses
    • Four Metrics Lenses
  • Metrics Activity

Conclusion

  • Conclusions and Next Steps
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