Transparency and collaboration combined - tailor products to the user with Scrum
2023/06/13 – 2023/06/14Berlin
Waterfall methodologies are a traditional approach to product development that follows a linear, sequential process, where each phase must be completed before moving on to the next phase. In contrast, the Scrum framework is iterative and emphasizes collaboration and flexibility, which improves customer satisfaction, and focuses on continuously delivering a working product from an early stage. Scrum allows for quick and effective reactions to ever-changing requirements, resulting in user-centric product development that improves customer satisfaction and reduces the time and resources needed to deliver complex projects.
Adressing common challenges in implementing Scrum are of special importance to us, to prepare participants for the implementation of Scrum in their teams and organisations. Challenges include cultural and organizational resistance to change, managing changing requirements and priorities, and ensuring effective communication and collaboration, amongst others. To address these challenges, organizations can establish a supportive culture, conduct regular retrospectives, and facilitate open and transparent communication while setting clear expectations for team members and stakeholders. Our trainings aim to enable participants by fostering an understanding for these challenges and possible solutions.
A Sprint is typically one to four weeks long, depending on the amount of risk associated with the development of the product. The Sprint provides a frame for a Scrum team's iterative and incremental development by use of the Scrum Events. Scrum Teams are self-organizing cross-functional teams that work collaboratively to deliver the product. Scrum Events are time-boxed events within a Sprint, including the Daily Scrum, Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective, which provide opportunities for inspection and adaptation.
The BearingPoint Academy trainers have a vast experience through numerous Scrum-driven agile transformations and place particular emphasis on conveying their learnings and the most impactful best-practices to participants. These insights are shared through interactive training courses and hands-on case studies. Participants collaborate on topics and practice roles, allowing everyone to participate and address their questions along the motto "practice makes perfect".
Thanks for the exciting time.
Participant, Scrum Essentials 09/2022
It was engaging and fun!
Participant, Scrum Essentials 11/2022
Well-organized training and easy to follow.
Participant, Scrum Essentials 01/2023